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012215 Social and Environmental Education 1

6cp; availability: exchange and study abroad students with faculty approval
Anti-requisite(s): 028244 Social and Environmental Education 1

Undergraduate

Description

This subject develops a student's understanding of the NSW primary curriculum area of human society and its environment. Students acquire proficiency in planning, presenting, assessing and evaluating pupils' learning experiences at the K–6 levels, consistent with current syllabus approaches. Students are also encouraged to critically reflect on the wider challenges of preparing Australian school children to become community, national and global citizens. It is anticipated that through studying this subject, prospective teachers do more than inform themselves about the social sciences, but that they hone their skills as social scientists, formulating and expressing the views and questions that social scientists (and all of us) do.


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