EEI703 - Personalised Program Planning
2022 unit information
|Enrolment modes:||Trimester 1: Cloud (online)|
Students enrolled in E734 must have commenced after 2018
Students will on average spend 150-hours over the teaching period undertaking the teaching, learning and assessment activities for this unit.
|Scheduled learning activities - cloud (online)||
Online learning experiences are via CloudDeakin
Students will participate in regular BlackBoard Collaborate sessions throughout the trimester and participate in 15-days field experience across the trimester in an inclusive education context
Personalised Program Planning emphasises the provision of high quality educational opportunities for all learners. The unit materials will support students to apply their developing theoretical knowledge and professional understandings to design, implement and evaluate inclusive Individual Learning Plans (ILP's), drawing upon learner's strengths, interests and abilities, to promote the learning success of diverse populations of students.
The unit will demonstrate how ILP's can be implemented as part of larger pedagogical and curricula processes that promote positive learning experiences and inclusive learning contexts. Students will consider the importance of involving key stakeholders (like learners and their families/carers) as partners in personalised learning programs like ILP's. Students in EEI703 will also complete a 15-day placement where, with support and supervision, they will develop, implement and review an ILP as part of a school-based program in an inclusive learning context. This initial inclusive educational placement lays the foundations for subsequent fieldwork undertaken in EEI704 and EEI705 and contributes to the 45-days of practicum undertaken throughout the Master of Specialist Inclusive Education.
Students will upload a selection of course outputs into their curated E-Portfolio.
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