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Build your skills, enhance your career and shape the future you want. Enrol in a short course at UNSW Arts, Design and Architecture and turn your ideas into real-world solutions.
Micro-credentials are a way for education professionals to expand their knowledge with flexible study options. Discover the benefits of lifelong learning and advance your career and professional development.
GERRIC is our collaboration with the NSW Department of Education, focusing on education and development for gifted students. Discover more about GERRIC, including our Mini-COGE workshops for educators.
UNSW's Social Policy Research Centre is dedicated to tackling critical social issues. This research-and-impact-grounded course teaches learners more about the causes and effects of poverty through a unique Australian policy lens and uses an evidence-based foundation for social change.
Students on the autism spectrum deserve high quality education. High quality education recognises students’ dignity, builds on students’ strengths, and is grounded in high expectations, self-determination development and use of evidence-based practices.
One of the great challenges for educators is articulating the purpose(s) of their school and providing a clear framework to meet that purpose and achieve desired outcomes.
It's more important than ever to read the world through a critical lens and literacy is the base communication system for everything we do. If we understand literacy as a system for meaning-making and see it as a diverse and creative repertoire of opportunities, we'll have a better chance of fighting perennial or endemic educational inequity.
Educational Psychology in Practice will provide you with insights into these questions by learning about memory, cognition, attention, what drives people to do what they do, and how teachers can best respond to learners by taking their perspective.
Open Data Platforms for Cities will provide students and industry professionals with insights and skills to navigate the interactions between the cultural heritage building recognition and protection systems, the housing and commercial market system, and the contemporary land use planning systems.
Stigma can exist at all levels within a healthcare setting, from interactions between patient and clinician to policies and procedures in health practice. Understanding stigma and its impact on health systems and services is an important step to better meet the needs of people in marginalised groups and create a safe space for all.
Contemporary cities have grown extraordinarily complex and are described and analysed through an increasing variety of social, economic and environmental data in different dimensions. This course provides fundamentals for understanding and using 3D spatial data to be able to solve problems and improve the way in which we live.