The Graduate Certificate in Transdisciplinary Learning is for educators, learning professionals and education leaders who want to think differently about the education and professional learning challenges we face, whether in the education sector (schools, TAFE, universities), industry, public sector or community. By reimagining education as transdisciplinary, the course explores the generative potential of collectives and collaboration across disciplinary boundaries. Participants study transdisciplinary learning as it occurs in real-time, reframe problems and trial problem solving approaches, develop educational prototypes and design inquiry, all in the process of testing the worth of transdisciplinary practices, methods and strategies in operation. With its focus on collective learning, the course engages participants in designing learning opportunities that prepare young people and professionals for dealing creatively, critically and ethically with ambiguous challenges.
|Graduate Certificate||Lowest selection rankThis selection rank indicates the lowest ATAR plus any applicable adjustment points to which an offer was made to a domestic recent school leaver for the Autumn 2021 intake. Different entry requirements apply to international applicants and non-recent school leavers. (*Where applicable, indicates the minimum selection rank required by domestic recent school leavers to receive an offer).||Intake||Location|
|Graduate Certificate in Transdisciplinary Learning||N/AN/A means that entry to this course is based on selection criteria other than the ATAR, OR that the course is not offered to current school leavers, OR this is a new course for which there is no ATAR data available.||
March session 2022 intake for local students.
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