ED3223 - Advanced English Education for Early Childhood
|Student Contribution Band:
||College of Arts, Society & Education
This subject focuses on how to plan, implement and evaluate teaching, assessment,
and feedback strategies, and interpret student data, to cause successful student learning
in the early years for the Australian Curriculum: English subject area and the Early
Years Learning Framework (in particular, outcome five: children are effective communicators).
Core content comprises the examination of current national and state curriculum documents
and frameworks for children (birth to Year 3), the planning and implementing of reflective
teaching and learning cycles, as well as interpreting student data to inform evidence-based
practice in language, literature, literacy and communication for diverse learners.
The subject aims to elaborate upon pre-service teachers' prior experiences in the
Bachelor of Education program, and further develop the knowledge, skills and dispositions
to be highly proficient teachers of the Australian Curriculum: English subject area,
and the Early Years Learning Framework (in particular, outcome five: children are
effective communicators) to diverse learners in the early years.
- demonstrate understanding of a range of strategies for providing timely, appropriate
feedback to students and parents/carers about levels of achievement in the English
- demonstrate an understanding of the Early Years Learning Framework, National Quality
Standard, National Quality Framework, and Australian Professional Standards for Teachers
to a proficient level with attention to evidence to cause effective student learning;
- interpret student data to evaluate student learning and modify teaching practice to
ensure effective evidence-based practice in the English learning area;
- Synthesize and critique pedagogic principles and practices within contemporary frameworks
(birth to Year 3) for the Australian Curriculum English learning area and the EYLF
learning outcome number five (children are effective communicators);
- apply a range of teaching, assessment and feedback strategies to cause effective student
learning in the English learning area.
Minor variations might occur due to the continuous Subject quality improvement process,
and in case
of minor variation(s) in assessment details, the Subject Outline represents the latest