In order to enrol in this subject, you must be accepted into one of the following degrees:
No special requirements
This subject is one of three in a suite of undergraduate Option subjects designed to prepare educators to enable Literacy and Numeracy learning in diverse populations. Completing three of these subjects will provide graduates with a specialisation in this area. This unit examines social justice issues in relation to children’s literacy and numeracy learning. Diversity will form a major focus and students will consider how to honour diversity in their literacy and numeracy pedagogies. The subject embraces an anti-bias approach where all children are treated respectfully, compassionately, and ethically. Students will contemplate and articulate their philosophy and vision of social justice, and will seek ways to engage inclusively and ethically in literacy and numeracy learning, teaching, and assessment.
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- Essay (40%)
- Case Study: Program & Rationale (60%)
Textbooks are not required.
Bachelor of Education Secondary Education
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