Available in 2022
Course code

EDUC2151

Units

10 units

Level

2000 level

Course handbook

Description

In this course students will explore the social impact of technology; frameworks for thinking about the pedagogical use of new technologies and literacies; and the ways in which new technologies can be used to support and extend student learning. Through project-based tasks students will develop the capacity and confidence to employ digital devices and software applications to construct and communicate new knowledge in and beyond the classroom.


Availability

Callaghan

  • Semester 2 - 2022

Ourimbah

  • Semester 2 - 2022

Learning outcomes

On successful completion of the course students will be able to:

1. Display an understanding of critical, digital, visual, media, and information literacy.

2. Use technology as a tool to facilitate quality teaching and learning in light of wider literacy issues.

3. Construct and communicate new knowledge using digital devices and software applications.

4. Demonstrate a capacity to work collaboratively on a project-based learning task.


Content

This course will address:

  • Digital, numerical and information literacy concepts and principles.
  • The role of technology in knowledge construction and communication.
  • Frameworks for the pedagogical use of new technologies to deal with wider literacy issues.
  • Project-based learning of new technologies.

Requisite

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


Assessment items

Written Assignment: Essays/Written Assignments

Project: Interactive Digital Lesson Resources


Contact hours

Callaghan and Ourimbah

Lecture

Face to Face On Campus 10 hour(s) per Term Full Term

Course may be delivered on a weekly basis or in compressed delivery

Tutorial

Face to Face On Campus 18 hour(s) per Term Full Term

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