ECP3101 - Junior Secondary Curriculum and Pedagogy
ECP3102 - Secondary Specialisation Assessment and Reporting
ECP3103 - Senior Secondary Curriculum and Pedagogy
ECP3104 - Innovations in Secondary Curriculum and Pedagogy
EEC4110 - Curriculum and Assessment in Primary Literacy
Satisfactory completion of Year 3 secondary school practicum Successful completion of the Literacy and Numeracy Test for Initial Education (LANTITE) for students enrolled in EBED only. This unit is only for Education students undertaking the courses EBED, and ABED.
|1.||Source and reflect on professional organisations and utilise the information gained to adjust subsequent planning as a subject specialist;|
|2.||Identify the core components of a school program to design a teaching and learning program or unit of work for the subject domain specialisation;|
|3.||Analyse and report on recent developments in scholarship and professional practice in the teaching of their subject specialisation;|
|4.||Implement and demonstrate evidence-informed opportunities for improving students' learning and teaching practice in their subject specialisation; and|
|5.||Substantiate pedagogical approaches to teaching and learning that create positive classroom environments in the specialisation discipline.|
|Poster||Infographic representing primary specialisation including research evidence and pedagogical content knowledge||30%|
|Assignment||Submit a unit or program of work in responses to issues, processes and procedures related to their subject specialisation||40%|
|Presentation||Journal of Artefacts||30%|
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