EPR722 - Managing Teaching in Professional Experience
|Year||2018 unit information|
Trimester 1 enrolments for this unit close on 15th February.
Trimester 2 enrolments for this unit close on 15th May.
For those students wishing to enrol after these date, please contact Arts and Education Student Services.
Trimester 1: Cloud (online)
Trimester 2: Burwood (Melbourne), Cloud (online)
One of EPR721, EPR741 or EPR701; EEE751 and EPL746
EEE752 or EPM742
Students must also be enrolled in E762, E764 or E765
Burwood: This unit is based on a Blended Learning delivery approach. You are expected to participate in all learning experiences designed and scheduled for you on campus (seminars, classes or incursions) or other learning contexts (excursions) and engage in associated online learning resources along with independent study for a combined equivalent engagement of 8-10 hours per week. This will include equivalent of 3 hours per non placement week of structured on campus learning activities or equivalent hours in intensive delivery.
Cloud (online): This unit shares the Blended Delivery modules and resources with on campus students. You are expected to actively participate in online forum discussions including posting your responses to critically reflective learning tasks created for Cloud students in the learning modules and regular and engaged responses to the questions/comments of others. Engagement with materials, responses to tasks, forum posting and independent study is expected to be a combined equivalent of 8-10 hours per week.
Professional Experience: Preservice Teachers will also be required to attend 25 days* of Professional Experience in a Primary School context.
Please note that ALL Professional Experience days must be successfully completed to pass this unit.
*Professional Experience Days are indicative only and subject to change. Preservice Teachers are advised to check the most current Professional Experience Calendars for specific details and dates
Additional for placement units: During Professional Experience placements, students are frequently required to undertake planning and preparation outside of the full time teaching day.
This unit focuses on working effectively with learners both in small groups and as a whole group. Preservice Teachers will plan learning experiences accordingly for a specific cohort of diverse learners. Preservice Teachers will critically reflect on and analyse teaching practice working from the position of a practitioner researcher. Primary Preservice Teachers will focus their critique of practice on mathematics and/or numeracy teaching. Preservice Teachers will use effective communication practices in learning contexts and ensure safe, supportive and challenging inclusive learning-friendly environments. Preservice Teachers will review and analyse effective pedagogy including demonstrating the use of ICT and digital literacies to engage learners in their learning. Discussions with peers, colleagues, supervisors and Deakin staff will be designed to critically reflect on and improve the effectiveness of their planned and enacted teaching as a result of considered engagement with and implementation of a range of learning assessment tasks. Preservice Teachers will be expected to articulate an informed emergent professional position through discussions with colleagues, peers, parents and mentors.
- Planning for learning: Concept map 2000 words 40%
- Critical analysis of planned teaching: Swot analysis 3000 words 60%
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