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This subject is one of four offered in the Literacy and Numeracy in Diverse Populations suite in the undergraduate Bachelor of Education course. Completing three of these subjects will provide graduates with a specialisation in this area. This subject has a focus on and embraces the histories, cultures, linguistic and social aspects that impact Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander students’ literacy and numeracy learning in today’s classrooms. Students will examine a variety of strategies to effectively engage ATSI learners in literacy and numeracy learning with a focus on pedagogy that recognises the importance of place and community.
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- Report (40%)
- Multimedia Presentation (60%)
Textbook information is pending.
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