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EEH730 - Promoting Student Wellbeing

Unit details

Year2017 unit information
Enrolment modes:Trimester 1: Burwood (Melbourne)
Trimester 2: Cloud (online)
Trimester 3: Burwood (Melbourne), Cloud (online)
Credit point(s):1
EFTSL value:0.125
Cohort rule:

Must be enrolled in course D303, D304, E760 or E763

Unit chair:

Trimester 1: Natalie Hendry

Trimester 2: Natalie Hendry

Trimester 3: Leanne Coll

Prerequisite:

Nil

Corequisite:

EPR702

Incompatible with:

EXC530, EXC730

Contact hours:

Trimester 1: 1 x 3 hour Seminar per week

Trimester 2:  Learning experiences are via CloudDeakin

Trimester 3:  Learning experiences are via CloudDeakin. Students are also required to attend 5 full day seminars (Week 3, 4, 5 and 10, 11 on Wednesdays) at Burwood (Melbourne) Campus throughout the trimester

Content

Promoting Student Wellbeing is a compulsory unit designed to assist pre-service teachers to explore a range of health and wellbeing issues that can impact on young people's ability to take advantage of educational opportunities. Regardless of the discipline area taught in schools, all teachers have a role to play in the promotion of student wellbeing. This unit is designed to engage students in teaching and learning experiences that not only build knowledge and understanding of health and wellbeing issues but also require students to reflect and explore their own values and attitudes to a range of issues that can be personally confronting. As inclusive and supportive school environments are increasingly being regarded as vital to students' social and emotional development, it is important for classroom teachers to gain an understanding of the health and wellbeing issues that affect young people. This unit focuses on providing students with an overview of a range of issues that can impact on student wellbeing and an understanding of current policy and practice that affects approaches to addressing health and wellbeing issues in schools.

Assessment

A literature review based on a selected area of adolescent health and wellbeing. The Review is based on a review of theoretical and intervention literature, 50%

 

A group presentation based on school based research; literature review and school experience, 50%

Unit Fee Information

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