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ESE499 - Independent Project

Enrolment modes:

Trimester 1: (D351 students) Cloud (Online)

Trimester 2: (E330 and E420 students) Cloud (Online)

Credit point(s):1
EFTSL value:0.125
Unit chair:B Yim
Prerequisite:

Nil

Corequisite:

Must be enrolled in course E420, E330 or D351

Incompatible with:

ETE499

Note:

This unit is predominantly conducted via cloud (online), however there may be a few scheduled times when students are required to attend at the nominated campus to fulfil the Unit's requirements as specified by the Unit Chair.

Content

This unit involves students undertaking supervised individual or small group projects relevant to their course and profession. The study is available only to students who have already demonstrated their academic competence in one or more units offered by the Faculty. The specific topic must be negotiated with and approved by the staff member appointed to supervise the project. The project involves posing important questions, conducting a relevant literature review, investigating and reporting finding. It is expected that students will develop a deeper understanding of the literature, research findings and online publications and resources in their chosen area. The format of the final presentation is a matter for joint discussion and agreement between the student and the supervisor. Content specific for students enrolled in the Bachelor of Early childhood Education E420. This unit is offered to fourth year Early Childhood students in Trimester 2 only.

Assessment

A final report or other form of submission, as negotiated (100%, equivalent to 3000-4000 words per individual The word count for group submissions will be decided by the Unit Chair in negotiation with the Supervisor)

Note: The unit description and details regarding assessable work is available to students enrolled in this unit at http://www.deakin.edu.au/CloudDeakin

Unit Fee Information

Unit fee information available soon

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