012233 Professional Experience 3: Integrating Learning Technologies6cp; availability: not offered to exchange and study abroad students
Requisite(s): (012231 Professional Experience 1: Beginning Teaching OR 023151 Professional Experience 1: Beginning Teaching Issues in the Primary School OR 028230 Professional Experience 1: Preparation for Teaching) AND (012232 Professional Experience 2: Developing Classroom Management OR 023152 Professional Experience 2: Developing Classroom Management OR 028231 Professional Experience 2: Introduction to Classroom Management)
This subject develops critical thinking on the use of educational technologies in the primary school. It emphasises collaborative learning and encourages students to develop relevant knowledge, skills and attitudes to make effective use of ICT as a professional teacher.
In this subject, students deepen their understanding of how children can creatively use learning technologies to enhance their learning experiences across the K-6 curriculum. They develop their own teaching philosophy and consider innovative pedagogical approaches to using ICT in various key learning areas (KLA), with a particular focus on the science and technology KLA. Students need to demonstrate prescribed ICT competencies before starting this subject. Subject content focuses on the theme of 'children as designers' as a theoretical orientation underpinning K-6 e-learning.
This subject requires 10 days in a school setting.
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- Subject EFTSL: 0.125