Courses for individuals
Rhythm and Movement for Self-Regulation: An introduction
Learn how to use rhythm and movement to support positive behaviour for children aged 3-6 years old.
Teaching Students Who Have Suffered Complex Trauma
Become equipped with the right practices to support students impacted by trauma.
Inclusive education: Core concepts and essential knowledge
Gain essential knowledge to make inclusive education work for all children and young people.
Teaching phonics in Early Childhood
Learn how to support young children to develop their oral language and phonological and phonemic awareness.
Creating apps in the classroom
Build an app customised to the learning needs of your students.
Bullying in schools: What can teachers do?
Find out how to avoid the common issues that can undermine the success of your school’s prevention of bullying policy. Learn what you can do to minimise bullying behaviour in your classroom, school and community.
Inclusive strategies for the autism spectrum
Explore characteristics of learners on the autism spectrum and discover how to apply universal evidence-based strategies to support their learning in inclusive education environments.
QUTeX Real World Futures
Navigating the Future of Digital Transformation Risk
First Nations perspectives for teaching and learning
Develop an action plan to embed Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander perspectives into your early childhood service, classroom or school. Make your contribution to reconciliation and successful education experiences for all learners.
Module Plus - Teaching Students Who Have Suffered Complex Trauma
Produce an action plan to use trauma-informed practices to support students, your colleagues and your school.
Module Plus – Innovative thinking for teachers and school leaders
Apply an entrepreneurial thinking framework to bring to life an idea that will add value to your school or classroom.
Module Plus - Inclusive education: Core concepts and essential knowledge
Demonstrate your understanding of the history of and concepts underpinning inclusive education, and how these relate to educators’ obligations under international human rights law and Australian legislation.