Warning! This subject requires you to do a practical placement, please see Special Requirements for more information.
Professional Experience 3: Using Data to Inform Teaching and Learning
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- 29 Aug 2022
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At the completion of this subject students will be able to:
- research and explain theory for the effective use of data to improve student learning outcomes
- create learning plans based on data and research from a full range of sources such as family, allied professionals, class or centre, school and system
- evaluate Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander student data and proposed actions to improve student learning outcomes
- demonstrate professional practices, knowledge and skills that support effective learning and teaching, the creation and maintenance of positive learning environments for a diversity of students
- Why do educators need to use data?
- Theoretical foundations for the collection of data
- What is data? Types of data and data sources
- Data and assessment literacy
- Data systems and how to display data
- Collecting, analysing and interpreting quantitative data
- Collecting, analysing and interpreting qualitative data
- Making decisions based on data: Strategies and practices for using classroom data
- Demonstrating impact using data; research considerations
- Professional learning: Assessment data resources
You must have successfully completed the following subject(s) before starting this subject:one of
- CUR-MTP506-Primary Professional Experience 2: Assessment and Reporting
- CUR-MTS504-Secondary Professional Experience 2: Assessment and Reporting
- CUR-MTEC502-Early Childhood Professional Experience 2: Planning for Writing, Assessment and Reporting
- Placement requirements - Placement Details - The fieldwork for this unit includes a 15-day professional experience placement in a school. The placement must be undertaken on a full-time basis in a continuous block. Other Details - Please note that all relevant, valid working with children checks and clearances must be provided as requested prior to commencement of the placement.
This is the third in the suite of professional experience subjects and includes both a theory and a practical component. This unit focuses on principles, processes and impacts of learning environment, school level and system data collection, analysis and interpretation. Data relevant to Indigenous educational outcomes will be interrogated, emphasising an evidentiary approach to program and policy development in learning environments, schools and beyond. The professional experience practical assessment is a three week full-time block placement intended to enable practical application of the knowledge and skills gained. All required clearances to work with children must be obtained and valid, and all other professional experience requirements met. Both theory and practical components must be passed in order to pass the unit.
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Find out more about the Academic Integrity module.
- Strategic plan to impact learning for First Nation Australian students (50%)
- Professional Experience Placement (%)
- Individual Learning Plan Design (50%)
Current study term: 28 Aug 22 to 27 Nov 22
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