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- What does it mean to be literate and numerate? Contemporary literacy theories, pedagogies and practices
- A socio-cultural approach to literacy and numeracy - students 'Funds of Knowledge'
- Multiliteracies, mathematical literacy and new approaches to mathematical inquiry
- Discipline specific literacies and numeracies
- Literacy and Numeracy in the Australian Curriculum
- Literacy and Numeracy - strategies and resources
- Critical and creative literacy and numeracy across the curriculum
- Literacies and numeracies in the Digital Domain
- Effective teaching and learning strategies for literacy and numeracy within specific learning areas
- Planning effectively for literacy and numeracy across the curriculum - Part A
- Planning effectively for literacy and numeracy across the curriculum - Part B
- Consolidating and reflecting on personal literacy and numeracy
- Reflection and review
- Audio/Video conferencing
- Discussion forum/Discussion Board
- Embedded Multimedia
- Online Quizzes/Tests
- Online assignment submission
- Podcasting/Lecture capture
- Standard Media
- Streaming Multimedia
- Web links
- Resources and Links
- Online Assessment
- Audio-Video streaming
In order to enrol in this subject, you must be accepted into one of the following degrees:
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Access to Microsoft Office or a unit approved alternative, access to video creation and editing software.
This subject examines literacy and numeracy as a dynamic, evolving, social, and cultural-historical construction, rather than being represented as a fixed body of skills. It focuses on identifying and understanding the literacy and numeracy demands and conventions in learning areas other than English and Mathematics. This is accomplished by developing an awareness of opportunities for the planning and application of critical literacy and numeracy skills across the curriculum.
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- Presentation (40%)
- Exercises (60%)
Textbooks are not required.