Teaching mathematics

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About teaching mathematics

Grow your knowledge of mathematics so you can effectively teach your future students. As an undergraduate student, you’ll graduate as a qualified secondary mathematics teacher proficient in innovative curriculum, teaching and assessment practice, and develop an understanding of the variety of ways students learn mathematics and effective teaching approaches. As a postgraduate student, you will explore theories of learning, the characteristics of high-quality teaching and learning, and issues of equity and access for students. Plus, you’ll uncover pedagogical approaches to a range of topics.

Career outcomes

Our graduates have pursued careers as:

  • secondary school teachers
  • curriculum leaders
  • curriculum designers
  • adult educators
  • policy designers
  • subject coordinators

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