EEI714 - Individualised Program Planning
|Year||2017 unit information|
|Enrolment modes:||Trimester 1: Cloud (online)|
For students enrolled in courses E544, E700, E734, E744SP
Learning experiences are via CloudDeakin
The content of this unit focuses on the contemporary emphasis of quality educational opportunities for all learners. The subject matter is chosen primarily for practicing professional educators who are involved in the daily challenges and complexities of catering for individual learners within diverse student populations.
The processes of planning and implementing individual education programs (IEPs) supporting students with diverse needs are explored to develop understandings of how these programs can be incorporated into inclusive classroom contexts. The emphasis in this unit is to understand that IEPs are more than a document but part of a process that can influence and change pedagogy and related curriculum implementation. Subsequently, assessment for learning and strategies for teaching diverse student populations will be critically analysed.
Students will also consider the value of key stakeholders including families and students as partners in developing individual and personalised learning processes. The inter-related components of an IEP building on students’ current competencies, identified strengths, inclusive goals and assessment for further program planning are integral features of the content of this unit. Emphasis is also placed on the contribution of new knowledge promoting change that drives practice and the work of educators in the field through engaging in preliminary research and on-line discussion reflecting this research.
On-line discussion and literature review, 3000 words, 50%
PowerPoint presentation: The development of one IEP with a PowerPoint presentation targeted to colleagues and/or parents, 3000 words or equivalent, 50%
HURDLE REQUIREMENTS FOR E734 and E744SP STUDENTS ONLY
Completion and documentation of 2 days of professional development relating to the Field
- Professional development related to IEP planning and implementation
- Researching and documenting key networks in this field, e.g. AASE
Students who fail a hurdle requirement will be ineligible for a Pass Conceded grade for that unit and will receive a result of no more than 44% for that unit, waived under special consideration arrangements.
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