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Extending the inquiry approach across curriculum learning areas for sustained teaching and learning, engagement focused on professional and collaborative relationships, a learning culture which engages diverse learners, engagement with te reo Māori me ngā Tikanga-a-iwi and pedagogically-informed ICT use.
This paper extends EDUC 473 and continues to support student teachers to make practice-to-theory connections through school- and campus-based learning opportunities. Teaching as inquiry underpins this paper.
|Paper title||Extended Evidence-based Inquiry (Primary)|
|Teaching period||1st Non standard period (12 July 2021 - 3 December 2021) (On campus)|
|Domestic Tuition Fees (NZD)||$2,069.75|
|International Tuition Fees (NZD)||$7,201.25|
- EDUC 473, EICT 199, ELIT 199, EMAT 199
- Limited to
- Primary Education only.
- Teaching staff
- Paper Co-ordinators: Dr Helen Trevethan and Dr Jane Tilson
- Paper Structure
Teaching as inquiry underpins this paper.
Content will include:
- Developing and maintaining professional relationships
- Engagement with te reo Māori me ngā tikanga Māori in the educational setting
- Assessment for learning
- Formative assessment
- Data-informed decision making
- Communicating results
- Planning for sustained engagement with learners
- Engaging diverse learners
- Integrating and evaluating the use of ICT in teaching and learning
- Refining personal philosophies of teaching
- Teaching Arrangements
In this paper there will be one extended period of teaching - seven weeks in the classroom. Further information about the extended school experiences is detailed in the Professional Experience handbook.
The paper will be delivered in two 2-hour classes per week.
McGee, C., & Fraser, D. (Eds.) (2015). The professional practice of teaching (5th ed). South Melbourne, Australia: Cengage
- Graduate Attributes Emphasised
- Lifelong learning, Communication, Critical thinking, Cultural understanding, Ethics,
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- Learning Outcomes
Student teachers who successfully complete this paper will be able to
- Independently design, implement and evaluate evidence-based learner interventions
- Sustain professionalism in all aspects of their practice including engagement with te reo Māori me ngā tikanga Māori
- Critically apply and evaluate theories of teaching as inquiry
- Independently gather, analyse and interpret assessment data to inform pedagogical decisions and
- Articulate and justify the refinement of their personal and professional philosophy of teaching and learning