Critical perspectives emerge from continuing experience with significant complex issues, with colleagues monitoring their functions and procedures and observing the impact of actions taken to achieve particular outcomes. The enactment of curriculum, pedagogy, assessment and research strategies is consolidated through this process.
EED6101 - Indigenous Perspectives and Standpoints in Education
|1.||Articulate their understanding of a range of curriculum, pedagogy and assessment practices from a critical perspective;|
|2.||Critically engage and communicate their experience of educational practice and praxis through, portfolio dialogue and rich task investigation;|
|3.||Analyse the role of economic and cultural factors that impinge on families and classrooms and how parents/ carers and the wider community influence students' education; and|
|4.||Demonstrate their educational researchfulness through the critical design and implementation of curriculum, lesson planning and associated assessment of student learning|
|Assignment||Critical review of professional understanding through a response to a case of education practice||30%|
|Portfolio||Presentation of teaching artefacts that demonstrate a readiness to teach as summarised in the Australian Professional Teacher Standards – Graduate.||70%|
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