University of Technology Sydney

028233 Professional Experience 4: Building Classroom Management

6cp; To comply with health advice from NSW Health, the planned delivery of this subject for Spring D 2021 has been adjusted. Activities planned for campus in the first 3 weeks of session are being moved online. Activities for the remainder of the session (post-PEx) will be scheduled on campus only if the public health situation permits face-to-face learning in available teaching spaces. Please log into Canvas and monitor your UTS email for the latest advice concerning subject delivery and assessment information.
Requisite(s): (028230 Professional Experience 1: Preparation for Teaching AND 028231 Professional Experience 2: Introduction to Classroom Management AND 028232 Professional Experience 3: Effective Teaching and Learning AND (72 credit points of completed study in spk(s): C10350 Bachelor of Arts Bachelor of Education OR 72 credit points of completed study in spk(s): C10349 Bachelor of Education (Primary) Bachelor of Arts International Studies OR 72 credit points of completed study in spk(s): C10444 Bachelor of Education Bachelor of Languages and Cultures))
These requisites may not apply to students in certain courses.
There are course requisites for this subject. See access conditions.
Anti-requisite(s): C10209 Bachelor of Educational Studies

Description

This subject builds on learning from Professional Experience 1, 2 and 3 during an extended professional experience. In this subject students enhance and demonstrate their achievement of graduate teacher standards regarding: professional knowledge; professional practice; and professional engagement. This subject builds classroom management capabilities introducing the concepts of careful instructional planning and delivery, and relationship development as effective classroom management practices. The subject draws upon evidence-based classroom management practices to provide students with additional skills and understanding required to manage learning environments. Students undertaking Inclusive Education specialisation complete an additional module which develops an understanding of the theoretical approaches to programming for students who have challenging behaviour. It also explores the ways in which these approaches have been researched. It examines the criteria for selecting different preventive and management approaches and the development of appropriate behaviour plans.

Typical availability

Spring D session, City campus

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Detailed subject description.

Access conditions

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