This unit is only for Education students undertaking courses ABED, EBED, HBED, EBEC and EBST.
|1.||Review relevant research literature on human development, particularly through the years of early and middle childhood, and examine the contributions of learning spaces and learning communities;|
|2.||Analyse how institutional rules and professional ethics impact on learning communities and human development on a personal and professional level;|
|3.||Examine and articulate the factors that impact on young people's learning; and|
|4.||Exhibit an understanding of the demands for literacy and numeracy in education.|
|Report||Develop a case report featuring how codes of ethics/professional standards/legislation might relate to the learner and their educational environment;||20%|
|Literature Review||Collaboratively develop a review of literature by engaging in group reading tasks throughout the unit;||30%|
|Portfolio||Electronic Resource Kit||50%|
Teaching: Making a Difference, 3rd ed.
Churchill, R., Ferguson, P., Godhino, S., Johnson, N., Keddie, A.M., Letts, W., & Vick, M., (2016)
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