AEK7001 - Indigenous Perspectives in Learning and Teaching
EED7005 - Primary Specialisation Capstone (applicable for EMPE students ONLY)
Successful completion of the Literacy and Numeracy Test (LANTITE) for Initial Education students. Satisfactory completion of 38 days of practicum.
|1.||Contextualise and articulate their understandings of the legislative, administrative and organisational requirements of teachers' work, including policies and processes required for teachers according to school stage, and the key principles described in codes of ethics and conduct for the teaching profession, including understanding strategies for working effectively, sensitively and confidentially with parents/carers;|
|2.||Analyse and demonstrate an understanding of how students learn, including a personal and social commitment to students and the enhancement of learning outcomes|
|3.||Develop a broad knowledge of educational practices, including the ability to organise content into an effective learning and teaching sequences, including seeking and applying constructive feedback from mentors and teachers to improve teaching practices, managing curriculum and pedagogy and demonstrating the capacity to interpret student assessment data to evaluate student learning and modify teaching practice;|
|4.||Demonstrate and enhance their educational research skills as part of the graduate teacher's readiness to join the profession within the context of the Australian Professional Standards for Teachers - Graduate Career Stage including the gathering and reporting of evidence of their knowledge of curriculum, content, assessment and teaching strategies.|
|Portfolio||Presentation of a suite of evidence teaching artefacts that demonstrate a readiness to teach as summarised in the APTS – Graduate||30%|
|Report||Critical review of professional understanding through a response to education practice, analysis of teaching and the review of assessment processes.||70%|
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