Through the examination and interpretation of both quantitative and qualitative data, pre-service teachers will consider the effectiveness of school structures, policy and procedures; curriculum, lesson planning and pedagogy; assessment practices and standardised testing; in providing support for students from different social contexts, including students with disabilities, students from diverse socio-cultural backgrounds, and Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander students. Pre-service teachers will reflect on different approaches to enact change and communicate findings to colleagues, students, parents and interested members of the community.
|1.||Critically engage and examine educational and social data to evaluate the effectiveness of teaching programs and improvement of school systems and teaching practices to improve student learning;|
|2.||Analyse the role and potential of educational data in respect to relevant educational policies and practices to support the development of educational structures and curriculum that encourage young people to become successful learners, confident and creative individuals and informed citizens;|
|3.||Demonstrate an understanding of educational issues through monitoring and evaluating student assessment data to explore curriculum development and lesson planning to modify teaching strategies to support the learning of students from diverse backgrounds;|
|4.||Explore the influence of parents and carers in supporting student learning and what strategies can be used to bring them into the educative process;|
|5.||Demonstrate understanding of professional learning and how it can support the development of teachers' knowledge and skill to modify teaching strategies.|
|Review||LANTITE analysis and professional reflection||20%|
|Case Study||Use interview data to develop and present an infographic on an associated educational issue supported by an annotated bibliography||50%|
|Report||Group analysis of an educational scenario, resulting in a professional learning plan||30%|
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