This course provides an introduction to curriculum studies as a field of scholarly inquiry and professional practice. The course extends upon curriculum studies to explore how the Stage 4 and 5 curriculum manifests within the students' major specialisation. The course explores conceptual frameworks for understanding curriculum, pedagogy and assessment discourse and design. It will introduce students to lesson planning formats, and assist them to begin building a pedagogical repertoire relevant to the New South Wales and National Curriculum requirements of their major teaching specialisation.
Availability2019 Course Timetables
- Semester 1 - 2019
- Semester 1 - 2019
This course replaces the following course(s): EDUC2101. Students who have successfully completed EDUC2101 are not eligible to enrol in EDUC1101.
On successful completion of the course students will be able to:
1. Understand the NESA requirements and multiple discourses that inform curriculum design;
2. Design and implement an engaging lesson utilising ICT that includes consideration toward discipline specific literacy and numeracy skills, as well as, provide feedback for improved practice;
3. Understand the central concepts, modes of inquiry, content structures, teaching strategies, assessment and requirements (State and/or National) of the curriculum for their major disciplinary specialisation;
4. Gain knowledge, understanding and skills to evaluate and provide peer feedback for teaching and learning in a student’s teaching specialisation.
The focus of this course will be include:
- An overview of the statutory and regulatory requirements involved in curriculum development including conceptual frameworks for understanding discourse and design in Australia;
- The central concepts, modes of inquiry, content structures and syllabus requirements of the secondary curriculum (Year 7 to 10) of the relevant disciplinary specialisation;
- The design of challenging, engaging and supportive lessons that utilise effective teaching and learning strategies with particular focus on teaching, learning and assessment of ICT.
- Principles for analysing resources, gathering and/or designing resources for teaching in a student’s disciplinary specialisation in schools,
- Introduction to assessment principles and practices in teaching and learning including progressive assessment practise for recording and reporting processes.
- Knowledge, understanding and skills in analysis of student work samples in order to make informed decisions about achievement, as well as, literacy and numeracy within their disciplinary specialisation.
- Opportunity to plan, implement, evaluate an engaging learning activity, as well as, provide peer feedback, for a lesson utilising ICT.
To enrol in this course you must meet the Teacher Education Admission Milestone. If you have successfully completed EDUC2101 you cannot enrol in this course.
Enrolment in this course is dependent on meeting the teacher education admission milestone of successful completion of - Three HSC band 5s (including one in English) or - 80 units of UoN courses or - Regulatory authority approved comparable pathways or - Commencement in the program pre 2016
Project: ICT Resource Task
Proposal / Plan: Lesson/Unit PlanTask
Presentation: Teaching Task
Callaghan and Ourimbah
Face to Face On Campus 1 hour(s) per Week for 12 Weeks
Face to Face On Campus 2 hour(s) per Week for 12 Weeks
Lectures and tutorials may be conducted on a weekly basis, or grouped in multiple day-long or half-day intensives as notified and required by your specialist tutor to suit your discipline studies.