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Pipelining from 2010 - for continuing students only.
|Offered at:||(B, X)|
|Cohort rule:||(For students enrolled in courses E356P, E365, E455, E460 only)|
|Unit chair:||A Vongalis-Macrow|
|Incompatible with:||EXE101, EEE207, EXE102, EEE208, EXE404|
|Contact hours:||On campus students: 1 hour lecture and 2 hour tutorial|
This unit explores important concepts and theories that deepen understanding of school-aged young people in ways which are important for the teaching encounter and for creating effective learning environments. The unit aims to give insight into commonality and diversity in human development and approaches to learning. It will examine the way in which the learning and development journey of all children and adolescents is mediated through socio-cultural constructs, and the implications of this insight for teaching in schools. It will explore school learning as an active process of meaning making. The unit will introduce a variety of ways in which human beings can learn. It will also look at difference forms of learning - physical, perceptual, rote memorising, narrative, analytical, metacognitive. Student teacher's experiences in school settings will be used to provide a base for the concepts and theories of learning introduced in this unit.
Task 1: Small research study on an educational issue that is analysed through concepts relevant to socio-cultural understandings of children and adolescents (50%)
Task 2: Analysis of aspects of the developmental learning theories explored in the unit as these operate in classroom settings (50%)
Total of 4000 words or equivalent.
Unit Fee Information
|Student Contribution Rate*||Student Contribution Rate**||Fee rate - Domestic Students||Fee rate - International students|
* Rate for all CSP students, except for those who commenced Education and Nursing units pre 2010
** Rate for CSP students who commenced Education and Nursing units pre 2010
Please note: Unit fees listed do not apply to Deakin Prime students.