University of Technology Sydney

013182 Technological and Applied Studies Teaching Methods: Information Processes and Technology

Requisite(s): ( 168 credit points of completed study in spk(s): C10406 Bachelor of Technology Master of Teaching Secondary Education AND 013246 Technological and Applied Studies Teaching Methods: Technology (Mandatory) AND (013247 Technological and Applied Studies Teaching Methods: Engineering Studies OR 013248 Technological and Applied Studies Teaching Methods: Software Design and Development))
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Drawing upon subject content knowledge in the field of information processes and technology (IPT), teacher-education students are supported to produce an element of an information system to the same scale they would, as graduated teachers, support senior secondary school-students to produce a similar element. The focus of this subject is for teacher-education students to plan and deploy teaching, learning and assessment activities and tools around the process of preparing the information system. This includes an assessment task-notification that describes what is to be made and then how. Alongside designing assessment tasks, rubrics, and feedback strategies for the information system element, teacher-education students gain competencies in developing key assessment documentation, including maintaining records for registration purposes including data storage and privacy.

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