Pedagogy and Inclusion
|Course code EDUC3195||Units 10||Level 3000||Faculty of Education and ArtsSchool of Education|
This course introduces students to the understanding of pedagogy as both the discourse and practice of teaching. It will explore the policy, politics, and practice of socially-critical approaches to pedagogy and inclusive education. Students will be challenged to see teachers as transformative intellectuals. They will attempt to practice inclusive teaching, and demonstrate their attainment of graduate teacher standards during a full time 20 day block of professional experience in a Secondary school setting, and have an opportunity to engage in the full life of the school including student sport, playground supervision, faculty/grade/stage meetings and school activities and functions, as required.
The University of Newcastle, the Australian Institute for Teaching and School Leadership and our education partners in schools and centres require that all students demonstrate a commitment to professional teaching practice by attending and engaging in lectures, tutorials and other activities provided by the university within our Teacher Education programs.
Students’ professional commitment to teaching will be assessed by a 100% attendance requirement at sessions indicated as compulsory in the course outline. These lectures are compulsory because they present information that is critical to successful completion of the placement.
Attendance will be recorded on rolls available at the entrance to lecture theatres and/or tutorial rooms. Students should ensure that they allow sufficient time to be marked as present and provide adequate identification.
Students who arrive late and leave early without prior arrangement with the course coordinator will be deemed to have not completed the attendance requirement. If students leave the activity early and fail to identify themselves a second roll will be taken upon conclusion to the activity.
If a student fails to attend a compulsory session the student is responsible for contacting course coordinator within three (3) working days to request permission to complete a supplementary assessment task. This task will cover the same information that was in the missed session. These tasks will be pass/fail only and will not include written feedback. All replacement tasks are to be submitted at least two weeks before the commencement of the placement. Students who have not complied with any of these requirements will not be provided with a placement.
Available in 2014
|Objectives||Upon completion of this course, students will demonstrate a capacity to:|
1. Understand pedagogy as both discourse and practice.
2. Understand the core concepts of critical pedagogy.
3. Promote equity in classrooms through inclusive teaching.
4. Attain graduate teacher standards through professional experience.
5. Teach their subject methods using a variety of strategies and technologies.
6. Engage in the full life of school including student sport, playground supervision, faculty/grade/stage meetings and
school activities and functions.
7. Engage in critical reflection on their professional practice.
|Content||This course will address:|
* Social Justice, Education Policy, Professional Teaching Standards, and Inclusive Education.
* Pedagogy and Reform.
* Pedagogy as Discourse and Practice.
* Social Class, Critical Literacy, and Radical Pedagogy.
* Race, Ethnicity, and the Pedagogy of Public Memory.
* Gender, Sexuality, and the Pedagogy of Desire.
* Power and Pedagogy.
|Replacing Course(s)||EDUC3023 and EDST3060.|
|Transition||Students who have completed EDUC3023 and EDST3060 will be deemed to have completed EDUC3195.|
|Assumed Knowledge||EDUC2195 and 180 units of study successfully completed.|
|Modes of Delivery||Internal Mode|
|Contact Hours||Lecture: for 10 hour(s) per Term for Full Term|
Tutorial: for 10 hour(s) per Term for Full Term
|Timetables||2014 Course Timetables for EDUC3195|