Multi-modal learning will be explored to develop an understanding of different teaching practices support students' learning and understanding in key areas such as literacy and numeracy. This will involve the application of information technology into teaching that includes such approaches as, inquiry learning, personal learning plans, experiential learning and cooperative learning.
EED5101 - Epistemologies of Practice
|1.||Generate key themes of educational, teaching and learning practice that inform approaches to multi-modal learning demonstrating a range of teaching strategies for using ICT to expand curriculum opportunities for students from diverse backgrounds|
|2.||Critique legislative and system requirements for students living and learning with a disability|
|3.||Incorporate social justice principles and legislative requirements in relation to inclusion and diversity into planning and assessment|
|4.||Articulate a sound understanding of assessment strategies and practices, including moderation, formal and informal, diagnostic and formative and summative approaches to assess students learning|
|5.||Demonstrate their knowledge of teaching strategies and resources including ICT through designing and implementing multi-modal learning focused curriculum, lesson planning and associated assessment of student learning|
|6.||Analyse professional responsibility of teachers in supporting the safe, responsible and ethical use of ICT information technology to support classroom practice|
|7.||Use assessment data to set learning goals that provide achievable challenges for students of varying abilities and characteristics.|
|Assignment||Review the curriculum pedagogy and assessment strategies.||20%|
|Project||Investigation of multi-modal learning in the classroom.||40%|
|Presentation||Presentation that demonstrates teaching practice using ICT.||40%|
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