|1.||Critique and advocate use of contemporary adult learning theories to inform their teaching practice in innovative tertiary education environments such as the VU Block mode;|
|2.||Investigate key elements of learning and teaching, and articulate how they are contextualised in their own teaching practice;|
|3.||Evaluate teaching practice through reflection including observation and constructive feedback for continuous improvement;|
|4.||Reconstruct their own teaching practice; with a justification of changes combining theoretical knowledge, peer observation, feedback and learner performance.|
|Assignment||Teaching Observation: provide constructive feedback, and analyse and reflect on impact||20%|
|Review||Critique observations of teaching through adult learning theories frameworks||35%|
|Portfolio||Scholarly informed and evidence-based teaching plan||45%|
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