Learning, Teaching and Student Services (LTSS)

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

Early Childhood Education and Care Graduate Outcomes

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

  1. Create new knowledge, ideas, and approaches in teaching and learning young children within PICs and beyond;
  2. Use appropriate language and modes of communication including ICT to engage and create understanding in young children;
  3. Create and manage safe and inclusive learning environment for all young children;
  4. Demonstrate high standard of professional conduct which respects principles, values and ethics of a teacher;
  5. Encourage collaboration and teamwork for engagements in early childhood settings, communities and societies;
  6. Facilitate young children’s learning by designing and implementing appropriate learning/teaching strategies;
  7. Use appropriate assessment strategies to monitor and promote young children’s learning.

Primary Education Graduate Outcomes

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

  1. Create new knowledge, ideas, and approaches in primary teaching within PICs;
  2. Choose appropriate language and modes of communication including ICTs to engage primary students;
  3. Facilitate student learning by designing and implementing appropriate teaching and learning strategies in primary classrooms;
  4. Use appropriate assessment strategies to monitor and promote student learning;
  5. Create and manage safe and inclusive learning environments;
  6. Demonstrate high standards of professional and ethical conduct;
  7. Encourage collaboration and team work.

Special and Inclusive Education Graduate Outcomes

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

  1. Use appropriate language and modes of communication including ICT to effectively engage students;
  2. Facilitate student learning by using appropriate pedagogies;
  3. Apply a range of assessment strategies to promote and monitor student learning;
  4. Promote inclusive and quality education for all and encourage lifelong learning;
  5. Demonstrate a high standard of professional and ethical conduct;
  6. Promote collaborative approaches to school leadership within communities and societies, and global citizenships;
  7. Create research informed knowledge and approaches in teaching and learning in the Pacific and other contexts.

Secondary Education Graduate Outcomes

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

  1. Use appropriate language and modes of communication including ICT to effectively engage students;
  2. Facilitate student learning by using appropriate pedagogies;
  3. Apply a range of assessment strategies to promote and monitor student learning;
  4. Promote inclusive and quality education for all and encourage lifelong learning;
  5. Demonstrate a high standard of professional and ethical conduct;
  6. Promote collaborative approaches to school leadership within communities and societies, and global citizenships;
  7. Create research informed knowledge and approaches in teaching and learning in the Pacific and other contexts.