EED6001 - Contemporary Issues in Education and Training
Unit EED6001 is a pre-requisite or co-requisite requirement that applies only for students studying the following courses: EMED Master of Education, EGED Graduate Diploma in Education, ETED Graduate Certificate in Education.
|1.||Critically review social and educational philosophies in regard to Indigenous and post-colonial theory;|
|2.||Appraise definitions and complexities of colonialism, decolonised, and post-colonial education;|
|3.||Elucidate a post-colonial and/or Indigenous professional practice in teaching and learning;|
|4.||Explicate and evaluate the complexities of turning policy into local practice;|
|5.||Critique historical and current Indigenous Education policies at a local, national and international level; and|
|6.||Elucidate a social justice philosophy that considers post-colonial educational theories.|
|Literature Review||Prepare a detailed literature review of key readings within one of the following: self-determination, curriculum methods or knowing and knowledge.||30%|
|Essay||A theoretical essay that critically frames colonialism, post-colonial education and the student's own professional practice.||70%|
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