Provides preservice teachers with the opportunity to engage in new learning and learning that cannot be achieved in an academic setting. Preservice teachers will engage in a process of developing competence in planning, teaching, assessing, evaluating, reflecting and managing learning in school settings.
Hurdle requirement - Attendance at all preparation lectures
Not available in 2014
|Previously offered in 2011, 2010, 2009, 2008, 2007, 2006, 2005, 2004|
|Objectives||Preservice teachers will:|
1. Develop personal attributes and collaborative
skills valued by the profession.
2. Further develop knowledge and skills in planning for learning.
3. Further develop knowledge and skills in establishing and maintaining appropriate learning
4. Further develop assessment and feedback strategies and attitudes in order to support student learning.
5. Develop holistic understandings of schools as
|Content||Skills and knowledge related to observation, planning, teaching, assessment and evaluation relevant to the discipline and school program of study for |
|Replacing Course(s)||Together with EDDE412 replaces EDDE401 Practicum.|
|Transition||Students who have completed both semesters of Practicum EDDE401 will be given credit for this course.|
|Assumed Knowledge||Diploma in Education students are assumed to have discipline knowledge sufficient to plan lessons and lesson activities, assess learning, and answer|
questions from pupils in schools relating to that discipline knowledge.
Diploma in Education students are assumed to have satisfactorily completed Practicum 1.
|Modes of Delivery||Internal Mode|
|Other: (please specify)||Hurdle requirement - Attendance at all preparation lectures|
|Reports||Students are assessed by teachers on their developing ability to plan instruction, deliver a lesson or a series of lessons and activities, evaluate their effectiveness, assess student learning, and manage resources and behaviour of students.|
A pass (ungraded) will be recommended when:
1. The School of Education receives the original signed report indicating that the student has met requirements; and
2. The relevant Assistant Director of Professional Experience confirms that all requirements to pass the course have been met.
Withdrawal from a course containing a Placement.
This course contains a professional experience placement, so the official withdrawal policy is different to other University courses. In this course, students may withdraw without academic penalty one week or more before the placement is due to begin. In other words, the official final date for withdrawal is one week prior to commencement of the placement. This will allow prior notice to be given to schools of any students intention to withdraw from the placement, and may allow the place to be re-allocated.
Withdrawal after the official date will usually result in an F grade. If there are special circumstances, students may apply to the Head of School for permission to withdraw from the course, after the official final date, without academic penalty. Permission to withdraw will not normally be given to students who have begun the placement and been placed at risk or advised that they are likely to fail.
|Contact Hours||Practicum: for 160 hour(s) per Term for Full Term|
Lecture: for 1 hour(s) per Week for Full Term
|Requisite by Enrolment||This course is only available to students enrolled in the Diploma in Education programs |
Mandatory Program Component.
This course has a Mandatory Program Component. Students must have completed EDUC6706 to progress to EDUC6707.
Child protection and Privacy
Before commencing the professional experience placement, students in this course must hold a current child protection certificate; have signed a Prohibited Employment Declaration; and signed a Confidentiality statement.