University of Technology Sydney

010050 Student Welfare: Implications for Teaching and Learning

6cp; availability: exchange and study abroad students with faculty approval
There are course requisites for this subject. See access conditions.



Living in contemporary society presents many challenges affecting students' readiness to learn and engage with others. This subject describes and analyses some welfare issues currently dealt with in the primary school context. Issues addressed include children's rights, youth suicide, grief, drug and alcohol problems, domestic violence, child abuse, bullying, adoption, and eating disorders. An important aim is to assist future teachers to follow referral procedure, identify appropriate resources and use strategies for coping with these situations when they arise. Presentation of this subject involves visiting experts in their field. It does not have a counselling function.

Typical availability

Spring D session, City campus

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Detailed subject description.

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