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TCHR3008 - Professional Experience II: Effective Teaching; AND 288 credit points in 3207310 - Bachelor of Arts/Bachelor of Education (Primary) OR 3207313 - Bachelor of Arts/Bachelor of Education (Primary/Early Childhood) OR 3207311 - Bachelor of Arts/Bachelor of Education (Secondary) OR 3207322 - Bachelor of Technology/Bachelor of Education (Secondary); OR 336 credit points in 3207312 - Bachelor of Arts/Bachelor of Education (Primary/Secondary).
Students admitted to 3207312 - Bachelor of Arts/Bachelor of Education (Primary/Secondary) must be enrolled in or have completed EDUC3003 - Mathematics: Secondary Curriculum and Pedagogy II OR TCHR3002 - English: Secondary Curriculum and Pedagogy II OR EDUC3019 - HSIE: Secondary Curriculum and Pedagogy II
This unit has a compulsory professional experience component. Enrolment in this unit requires you to have a valid QLD Blue Card and/or a Working with Children Check for your State or Territory. For online students an optional onsite workshop is available.
Students are required to submit a Unit Approval Request via MyEnrolment. Students must have satisfactorily completed both components of the Literacy and Numeracy Test for Initial Teacher Education (LANTITE) before enrolling in this unit.
Unit Learning Outcomes express learning achievement in terms of what a student should know, understand and be able to do on completion of a unit. These outcomes are aligned with the graduate attributes. The unit learning outcomes and graduate attributes are also the basis of evaluating prior learning.
On completion of this unit, students should be able to:
work effectively in a learning community that seeks to meet the specific learning needs of students from diverse backgrounds and across a wide range of abilities; practise strategies of providing feedback to students about their learning and performance against the standards
consider data collection and evaluation to inform planning for teaching; critically review teaching and students' learning as a way to improve student outcomes
analyse and evaluate the range of contexts for teaching, considering the needs of students in the preparation of learning sequences and assessment strategies
reflect critically and creatively on teaching practices, drawing on classroom experiences of student learning
articulate knowledgeably the importance of polices and guidelines on child protection, health and safety, and professional codes of conduct
create a safe and supportive learning environment having regard to child protection legislation, workplace health and safety, and duty of care
apply competently the Australian Professional Standards for Graduate Teachers.
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