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ED4293 - Teaching for Learning 3 (Secondary)

Credit points: 03
Year: 2019
Student Contribution Band: Band 1
Administered by: College of Arts, Society & Education

SP3

This subject prepares preservice teachers for a range of professional roles within the classroom, school, with parent/caregivers and the wider community. Preservice teachers will investigate a range of teaching and learning theories and apply them to critically reflect on their school-based experiences. The subject will draw extensively upon school-based activities to explore the relationship between theory, policy and practice. Specifically for secondary preservice teachers, this subject will critically examine secondary school curriculum, assessment, pedagogy and reporting practices and relate these to the broader role of schools in communities.

Learning Outcomes

  • utilise a range of evidence based teaching strategies to support student engagement and learning;
  • develop and critique models of curriculum to meet identified learning goals; and develop and critique a range of ways of assessing, interpreting and reporting on student learning;
  • demonstrate Australian Professional Standards for Teachers at an assured level;
  • critically analyse the role of the teacher and develop strategies for enhancing student learning;
  • analyse research, policies and school practices related to the provision of supportive learning environments and student well-being, as well as parent/carer engagement.
Assumed
Knowledge:
It is assumed that students will have advanced academic literacy capabilities as required for the successful completion of the assessment tasks in this subject, and the profession.
Prerequisites: ED3488 AND 69 CREDIT POINTS OF UNDERGRADUATE SUBJECTS.
Inadmissible
Subject
Combinations:
ED4090 ED4190 ED4290 ED5215

Availabilities

Townsville, Block, Study Period 3
Census Date 07-Feb-2019
Non-standard start/end 07-Jan-2019 to 24-Apr-2019
Face to face teaching 14-Jan-2019 to 24-Apr-2019 (14th - 16th January (Mandatory attendance) 23rd/24th April)
Contact hours:
  • 5 hours lectures - * one 1-hour online lecture (available online from Monday 7th January 2019 at 8am) * four 1-hour collaborate sessions held from 5pm to 6pm on the following dates: 30 January 2019; 6 February 2019; 13 February 2019; 20 February 2019)
  • 35 hours tutorials - * 3 days @ 7 hours contact per day (9am to 4pm) on the following dates: 14, 15 & 16 January 2019 (mandatory attendance) * 2 days @ 7 hours contact per day (9am to 4pm) on the following dates: 23 & 24 April 2019
    Assessment: (20%); critical reflection (10%); graduate teacher performance assessment (gtpa) (70%).

    Cairns, Block, Study Period 3
    Census Date 07-Feb-2019
    Non-standard start/end 07-Jan-2019 to 24-Apr-2019
    Face to face teaching 14-Jan-2019 to 24-Apr-2019 (14th - 16th January (Mandatory attendance) 23rd/24th April)
    Contact hours:
    • 5 hours lectures - one 1-hour online lecture (available online from Monday 7th January 2019 at 8am) * four 1-hour collaborate sessions held from 5pm to 6pm on the following dates: 30 January 2019; 6 February 2019; 13 February 2019; 20 February 2019)
    • 35 hours workshops/Seminars - * 3 days @ 7 hours contact per day (9am to 4pm) on the following dates: 14, 15 & 16 January 2019 (mandatory attendance) * 2 days @ 7 hours contact per day (9am to 4pm) on the following dates: 23 & 24 April 2019
      Assessment: (20%); critical reflection (10%); graduate teacher performance assessment (gtpa) (70%).

      Note: 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 official information.