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Pipelining from 2013 - for continuing students only.
|Cohort rule:||(For students enrolled in courses E365, E455 only)|
|Unit chair:||A Vongalis-Macrow|
|Corequisite:||EEY502 or EEY504|
|Incompatible with:||EXE401, EEE401, EXE402, EEE402, EXE505|
|Contact hours:||1 hour lecture, 2 hours of tutorials per week for on-campus students.|
This unit is the final of four in the Education Studies Major sequence, and aims to help students develop the skills and understandings needed to be a member of the profession. It has three parts. One will address professional ethical issues, collegiality, parent partnerships, inclusivity and social justice. In another part, students will learn essential professional knowledge for the beginning teacher. These will include the organisational and record keeping requirements of schools, the legal requirements of teachers, the place of professional teacher organisations, and general useful information about schools as institutional work sites and as elements of systems. The third part, which may be undertaken jointly with other final trimester units, will be a small, reflective-practice research project. This project aims to begin the habit of reflective on-going research into the teaching process for those at the beginning of the journey of life-long professional learning.
1. Report and analysis of a school-based investigation. Written assignment (2000 words, 50%)
2. An online assessment task that includes questions concerning the legal obligations of teachers plus an online analysis of the ethical obligations of teachers (equivalent of 2000 words, 50%)
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.