Learn how to design and teach arts activities that reflect arts learning principles. Examine the features of safe and ethical learning environments, create enquiry-based lessons and evaluate arts teaching and learning using an improvement framework.
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At the completion of this subject students will be able to:
examine the features and implementation of safe and ethical learning environments in authentic arts education practices across the five arts subjects in The Arts Learning Area of the Australian Curriculum
demonstrate a competent standard of arts literacy in the making and responding strands of the arts curriculum
design and teach arts activities that reflect authentic arts learning principles
evaluate arts teaching and learning using an improvement cycle framework
create an inquiry-based sequence of lessons for an age group in accordance with the principles and content in the Australian Curriculum: The Arts.
This subject prepares pre-service teachers to teach the Arts in Primary schools through the five Arts curriculum areas. It explores authentic Arts education practices and inquiry-based learning approaches. It develops Arts literacy competence in pre-service teachers and considers safe and ethical teaching and learning environments.
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