What is going on when students are trying to understand texts or diagrams, or when they are trying to solve problems?
Can you help students change their motivational states?
Can you influence learners’ self-regulation of learning in the face-to-face and online environments?
Study Cognitive Psychology and Educational Practice, and you will uncover the answers to these questions and more. This unique program is designed to meet the increasing demand for professional education about teaching-learning issues such as motivation, cognition and metacognition.
If you are a classroom teacher, lecturer, tutor, trainer, coach, principal, educational consultant, professional working in the education sector, leading or advising about teaching and learning in your organisation, or if you simply want to understand your own learning processes, this course will equip you to apply the cognitive psychology of learning to problems that arise in learning and teaching.
This course is also suitable to develop your research capacity and transition into educational research and lead educational change. Enhance your research skills, become an informed consumer of research, analyse educational policy and practice and gain insights to ultimately improve professional decision making.
Both the Graduate Certificate and Masters can be completed fully online, providing you with the flexibility to study at your own pace and in your own time.