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.
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30 Nov 2020
31 May 2021
29 Nov 2021
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This subject was previously known as EDC111 Exploring and Contesting Curriculum.
This subject provides an introduction to the idea of curriculum including key terms, alternative models of curriculum and the processes and products of curriculum. Specific areas covered include: socio-cultural perspectives of curricula; curriculum integration; the development of early learning and school-based curricula; and the way in which teachers use curriculum documents for planning. This subject provides an introduction to the Early Years Learning Framework and the Australian Curriculum.
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