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*Offered in Cloud (online) mode in alternate years: 2014, 2016 and offered in campus mode at Burwood (Melbourne) every year.
|Enrolment modes:||Trimester 2: Burwood (Melbourne), Cloud (online)|
(For students enrolled in courses D340, D342, D343, D344, D345, D346, D347, D348, D349, D350, D384, D389, E365, E377, E455 only)
|Unit chair:||D Ollis|
EAE203, EAE419, ESH203, ESJ458
|Contact hours:||1 hour class, 2 hour seminar|
The study of Health and Human Development is based on the premise that health and human development needs to be promoted at an individual level, and within group and community settings at national and international levels, to maximise global development potential. This underpins the structure of the four units of Health and Human Development. The study looks at physical, social, intellectual and emotional aspects of health and development beginning with the individual and progressing to the family, community and an international perspective. It acknowledges that health and human development is determined by lifestyle, environment, heredity and access to health services. The study also promotes the understanding that nutrition plays a major role in influencing both health status and human development Health and Human Development at the VCE level focuses on factors that promote wellbeing of individuals, family and communities.
In addition topics to be addressed in this unit include:
Task 1 50% Resource Expose activity (1 - 3 people) Selecting a Unit of Study, students are to research four different types of resources and demonstrate (via a 12 minute presentation and critical analysis) how these can be incorporated into the teaching and learning of the selected “key knowledge” and “key skills”(1000 word summary submitted)
Task 2 50% Teaching Unit Group activity (1 - 3 people) As a group students are to develop and document in detail, a unit of work that addresses selected “key knowledge” and “key skills”. The unit of work is to demonstrate the sequential teaching of the knowledge students need to acquire to gain an understanding of the selected “key knowledge” and “key skills” (4000 words).
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.