Office of DVC Education

The Faculty of Arts, Law and Education (FALE) Graduate Outcomes for Bachelor Degree Programmes

3-year Prescribed Bachelor Programmes (in these programmes, students follow a pre-planned sequence of courses):

Bachelor of Education In-Service

Bachelor of Education (Early Childhood Education and Care, ECEC) Programme Graduate Outcomes

On successful completion of this programme, graduates are expected to be able to:

  1. Facilitate young children’s learning and development through innovative curriculum design, pedagogies and reflective practice in early childhood (EC) settings;
  2. Apply a range of assessment strategies to promote and monitor young children’s learning and development in EC;
  3. Employ theory- and research-informed approaches in EC learning, teaching, and assessment for Pacific Island Countries (PICs) and other contexts;
  4. Conduct research on EC learning and development, and teaching in PICs and other contexts using a range of methodologies, approaches and methods;
  5. Promote safe, inclusive and quality ECEC and lifelong learning for all;
  6. Use appropriate language and modes of communication including ICT to effectively engage early learners in a range of contexts;
  7. Practise professional and ethical standards in ECEC teaching, scholarly and socio-cultural contexts;
  8. Promote collaborative approaches to educational decision-making and leadership within ECEC, communities, and societies, at the local, regional and global levels (including global citizenship).

Bachelor of Education (Early Childhood Education and Care, ECEC) Programme Graduate Outcomes and Rubric

Bachelor of Education (Primary Education) Programme Graduate Outcomes

On successful completion of this programme, graduates are expected to be able to:

  1. Facilitate student learning through innovative curriculum design, pedagogies and reflective practice in primary education settings;
  2. Apply a range of assessment strategies to promote and monitor student learning in primary education settings;
  3. Employ theory- and research-informed approaches in learning, teaching, and assessment at the primary level for Pacific Island Countries (PICs) and other contexts;
  4. Conduct research on learning and teaching at the primary level in PICs and other contexts using a range of methodologies, approaches and methods;
  5. Promote safe, inclusive and quality primary education, and lifelong learning for all;
  6. Use appropriate language and modes of communication including ICT to effectively engage primary school learners in a range of contexts;
  7. Practise professional and ethical standards in primary school teaching, scholarly and socio-cultural contexts;
  8. Promote collaborative approaches to educational decision-making and leadership within primary schools, communities, and societies, at the local, regional and global levels (including global citizenship).

Bachelor of Education (Primary Education) Programme Graduate Outcomes and Rubric

Bachelor of Education (Special and Inclusive Education) Programme Graduate Outcomes

On successful completion of this programme, graduates are expected to be able to:

  1. Facilitate student learning through innovative curriculum design, pedagogies and reflective practice at the ECEC, primary and secondary levels;
  2. Apply a range of assessment strategies to promote and monitor student learning at the ECEC, primary and secondary levels;
  3. Employ theory- and research-informed approaches in all learning, teaching, and assessment for Pacific Island Countries (PICs) and other contexts
  4. Conduct research on learning and teaching at all levels in PICs and other contexts using a range of methodologies, approaches and methods;
  5. Promote safe, inclusive and quality education at all levels, and lifelong learning for all;
  6. Use appropriate language and modes of communication including ICT to effectively engage all learners in a range of contexts;
  7. Practise professional and ethical standards in all teaching, scholarly and socio-cultural contexts;
  8. Promote collaborative approaches to all educational decision-making and leadership within schools, communities, and societies, at the local, regional and global levels (including global citizenship).

Bachelor of Education (Special and Inclusive Education) Programme Graduate Outcomes and Rubric

Bachelor of Education (Secondary Education) Programme Graduate Outcomes

On successful completion of this programme, graduates are expected to be able to:

  1. Facilitate student learning through innovative curriculum design, pedagogies and reflective practice in secondary education settings;
  2. Apply a range of assessment strategies to promote and monitor student learning in secondary education settings;
  3. Employ theory- and research-informed approaches in learning, teaching, and assessment at the secondary level for Pacific Island Countries (PICs) and other contexts;
  4. Conduct research on learning and teaching at the secondary level in PICs and other contexts using a range of methodologies, approaches and methods;
  5. Promote safe, inclusive and quality secondary education, and lifelong learning for all;
  6. Use appropriate language and modes of communication including ICT to effectively engage secondary school learners in a range of contexts;
  7. Practise professional and ethical standards in secondary school teaching, scholarly and socio-cultural contexts;
  8. Promote collaborative approaches to educational decision-making and leadership within secondary schools, communities, and societies, at the local, regional and global levels (including global citizenship).

Bachelor of Education (Secondary Education) Programme Graduate Outcomes and Rubric