Available in 2021
Course code

EDUC6747

Units

10 units

Level

6000 level

Course handbook

Description

In this course Initial Teacher Education Students (ITES) will explore the content and organisation of the NSW K-6 PDHPE curriculum; strategies and resources for programming, teaching and assessing primary PDHPE; the role and value of PDHPE; the place of PDHPE in the The Physical Literacy Continuum K-10 (particularly the links between Stages 3 and 4); the literacy and numeracy demands of PDHPE curriculum; and ways of differentiating curriculum to meet the diverse needs of learners.


Availability2021 Course Timetables

Callaghan

  • Trimester 3 - 2021

Learning outcomes

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

1. Demonstrate knowledge of the principles and practices of teaching and learning K-6 PDHPE.

2. Discuss the role and value of PDHPE in the broader school curriculum, and its place in the K-12 PDHPE continuum (particularly the links between Stage 3 and 4.

3. Navigate the content, structure and organisation of the NSW K-6 PDHPE curriculum.

4. The literacy and numeracy demands of PDHPE.

5. Differentiate curriculum to meet the diverse literacy needs of learners.


Content

  • Principles and practices of teaching and learning K-6 PDHPE.
  • The role and value of PDHPE in the broader school curriculum, and its place in the K-12 PDHPE continuum (particularly the links between Stage 3 and 4).
  • The content, structure and organisation of the NSW K-6 PDHPE curriculum.
  • Ways of differentiating curriculum to meet learners' diverse needs.

Requisite

This course replaces EDUC6801. If you have successfully completed EDUC6801 you cannot enrol in this course.


Assessment items

Presentation: Group Lesson Presentation and Plan

Report: Written Reports

Project: Unit of Work


Contact hours

Callaghan

Lecture

Face to Face On Campus 12 hour(s) per Term Full Term

Tutorial

Face to Face On Campus 24 hour(s) per Term Full Term

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