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  • Child Development for Educators

    CUR-EDC135 | Undergraduate

    Gain an overview of human development from conception to early adolescence. Interpret aspects of development related to age—exploring how the interactions between the child, caregivers, home and school impact children's development.

  • Gain exposure to technology enhanced resources used to support teaching. Evaluate the complexities of the digital world and its impact on education. Sample a range of teaching and learning resources relevant to your development as an educator.

  • Develop confidence in your academic and professional literacy. To teach language, you’ll need to understand the role and value of language in communities. You’ll also need solid personal literacy skills—essential for academic writing and referencing.

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  • Performing Arts for Educators

    CUR-EDC153 | Undergraduate

    Understand the value of dance, drama and music in society alongside children’s developmental growth. Inquiry-based and praxis-led learning will encourage your creative thinking, self-expression, meaning-making and ability to convey ideas. 

  • Discover what the teaching profession means to you and reflect on how this might inform your teaching career. Measure your confidence in what you’ll be teaching. Maximise academic integrity, form your teaching identity, and build your portfolio.  

  • Immerse yourself in the world of academic reflection and discussion. Explore how to effectively wield language in professional arenas. Master academic referencing and research methods. Write essays and deliver oral presentations using clear language.

  • Exploring and Contesting Curriculum

    CUR-EDC140 | Undergraduate

    Comprehend the idea of curriculum. Study key terms, alternative models, processes, products and socio-cultural perspectives. Learn to apply curriculum theory and documents to create learning experiences within the Early Years Learning Framework.

  • Examine crime and the ways it’s defined and explained in contemporary society. Study the relationship between crime and class, youth and crime (and the response), gender and crime, and the over-representation of Indigenous people.

  • Juggle the core management functions of planning, organising, leading and controlling. Unpack decision-making processes. Learn to bring out the best in people. Become an ethical and socially responsible professional, work ready for global management.

  • Educators Inquiring About the World

    CUR-EDC175 | Undergraduate

    Lay the foundations for meaningful interpretation and implementation of curriculum in the context of science and humantities. Seek answers to local and global social and environmental issues using various information and communication technologies.