|1.||Elucidate and apply knowledge and understanding of both the historical and philosophical underpinnings of early childhood education.|
|2.||Critically review formal and informal engagements with place, drawing from diverse theoretical scholarship to work towards a reconciled and respectful practice.|
|3.||Formulate critical actions that respond to diverse early childhood contexts and situations, both locally and globally.|
|4.||Analyse challenges in collaborative engagement with peers, families and communities and recommend strategies for resolving them.|
|Other||Analyse a play-based artefact through the lens of historical and philosophical underpinnings of Early Childhood Education.||30%|
|Case Study||Engage in case writing: Respond to and develop critical cases that have unsettled practice||50%|
|Presentation||Collect and analyse illustrations of practice that respond to the Australian Standards for Professional Teachers||20%|
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