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|1.||Demonstrate an understanding of other cultures and societies through teaching in an international context;|
|2.||Develop core graduate attributes in problem-solving, using information, oral and written communication, working autonomously and collaboratively and working in socially and culturally diverse contexts;|
|3.||Make connections between an international practicum experience and a range of theories/approaches of teaching and learning;|
|4.||Demonstrate greater personal insight into the impact of culture and history on teaching and learning contexts;|
|5.||Focus on the implementation of diversity in classrooms in relation to pedagogical approaches within an international context; and|
|6.||Actively participate in and international Project Partnership experience and engagement in reflexive practices.|
|Report||A series of lesson plans||30%|
|Journal||Praxis Inquiry journal||60%|
|Presentation||Presentation of a report which is peer assessed.||10%|
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