013436 Human Society and its Environment Teaching Methods 46cp; 1hpw (lecture), 2hpw (tutorial)
Requisite(s): 013435 Human Society and its Environment Teaching Methods 1
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This subject focuses on preparing proficient beginning HSIE teachers and setting a foundation for continuing professional learning. On completion of this subject, students are able to apply their educational studies to teaching – to design, organise and evaluate methods and materials for teaching and use their own theoretical framework as a basis for their future HSIE teaching. Students are challenged to draw on their core subjects to think holistically about the impacts and influences on how the social sciences are taught, with a strong emphasis on using curriculum, assessment and reporting to organise content into effective learning and teaching sequences for units of work. The subject adopts an inquiry-based process in which real problems and questions are identified and explored in depth by teams to generate deep knowledge pertinent to students' professional learning needs.
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- Subject EFTSL: 0.125