ECE2001 - Practice in Partnership 1
|1.||Formulate and conceptualise the complexities of the Australian Curriculum domain of Humanities (ACARA): History (Foundation to Level 6) curriculum by creating teaching and learning approaches to concepts such as continuity and change, time as present, past and future in real world contexts; Formulate a range of teaching approaches for the content of geographical knowledge and understanding, geospatial skills and environmental issues, sustainability and societal changes; Generate a range of teaching approaches for the content of Civics and Citizenship (Foundation to Level 6) that views children as active citizens in their local communities; and formulate a range of teaching approaches for the content of Economics and Business, (Foundation to Level 6) that develop, questions and addresses an|
|2.||Integrate the Cross-Curriculum Priorities into the Humanities curriculum as an interdisciplinary approach to professional mandates and Humanities curricula learning outcomes;|
|3.||Investigate the most appropriate teaching and assessment strategies relevant to Humanities - History, Geography, Civics and Citizenship and Economics and Business; and|
|4.||Reflect upon inclusive teaching and learning principles that act in relation to Humanities education and professional teacher practice - History, Geography, Civics and Citizenship, Economics and Business, Cross-Curriculum Priorities and Professional Standards.|
|Report||Construct a sequential curriculum unit with assessment for the first two strands of the humanities curriculum.||20%|
|Report||Construct a sequential curriculum unit with assessment for the final two strands of the humanities curriculum and the cross-curriculum priorities.||30%|
|Presentation||Explain how preservice teachers devised the content for the curriculum unit, including teaching & learning strategies & assessment.||50%|
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