Teacher as Planner Assessor & Reporter
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- 10 Jul 2023
Australia’s fourth oldest university, the University of Tasmania, is highly regarded internationally for teaching and academic excellence. The university offers more than 100 undergraduate degrees and more than 50 postgraduate programs across a range of disciplines. The university offers students a diverse range of opportunities, the chance to learn from leading experts, and excellent preparation for their future careers.
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Upon successful completion of this subject, students should be able to:
- Apply knowledge of the Australian Curriculum and planning models to evaluate learning sequences.
- Apply a variety of assessment strategies that draw on theoretical perspectives to assess student learning.
- Analyse and interpret various forms and purposes of planning for, assessing, and reporting on student learning.
- Engage critically with content to create knowledge, and to communicate concepts and ideas to an intended audience.
- Refer to Mylo for study topics
You must either have successfully completed the following subject(s) before starting this subject, or enrol in the following subject(s) to study at the same time or prior to this subject:
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In this subject the various roles a teacher plays, including planner, assessor and reporter, are considered. These roles are interconnected and vital for effective learning in contemporary educational contexts. You will be introduced to big-picture planning (nation, state & school-wide) as well as planning class subjects of work. You will develop an understanding of the principles and practices of reporting to students, parents and other stakeholders and demonstrate a critical understanding of assessment as/of/for learning. This subject provides opportunities to establish clear links between theoretical underpinnings of reporting/assessment/planning and professional practice.
- Test or quiz (15%)
- Assignment (40%)
- Assignment (45%)
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