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This course structure will be available to students commencing the course from Semester 1, 2015 onwards.
This course structure contains information about the units which comprise the course as well as the credit points required to successfully complete it.
The Bachelor of Education (Primary) is a 480 credit point degree. In the final semester of the course students may select one of three options:
Option 2: Students select a School based project totalling 60 credit points; or
Option 3: Students undertake an internship totalling 60 credit points.
Please note the following:
|EDL1240||Introduction to Teaching||15|
|EDL1250||Learning and Learners||15|
|ICT1250||Multimodal Approaches to Teaching and Learning||15|
|EDL1260||Children's Growth, Development and Learning||15|
|LAN1260||Spoken Language in Primary School||15|
|NSL1260||Numeracy and Scientific Literacy for Primary Teachers||15|
|PPA1260||Professional Experience 1||15|
|HPE2240||Health and Physical Education in Primary Schools||15|
|LAN2240||English in the Early Years of Primary School||15|
|MAE2240||Foundations of Primary Mathematics Education||15|
|SSE2240||Social Science Education in Primary Schools||15|
|AED2260||The Arts in Education||15|
|EDU2260||Positive Learning Environments||15|
|LAN2260||English in Middle and Upper Primary School||15|
|PPA2360||Professional Experience 2||15|
|AED3240||The Arts in Education 2||15|
|EDF3101||Working with Indigenous Australian Children, Youth and their Families||15|
|EDS3240||Including Children with Special Educational Needs||15|
|LAN3240||English for Speakers of Other Languages or Dialects||15|
|EDU3265||Assessing and Evaluating Learning||15|
|MAE3260||Teaching and Learning in Primary Mathematics||15|
|SCE3260||Science Education in Primary Schools||15|
|PPA3260||Professional Experience 3||15|
|Elective Specialisation 1 (15 credit points) #|
|ATP4240||Professional Experience 4 - Assistant Teacher Program||45|
|Students should select the following two units (30 credit points):|
|DTM4260||Materials Design and Technology||15|
|EDU4260||Transition to Teaching||15|
|Plus students should select a further 30 credit points (two units) from the electives listed below:|
|CED4260||An Introduction to Catholic Education||15|
|CED4261||Religious Education in Catholic Schools||15|
|CED4262||Catholic Studies: Prayer and Morality||15|
|CED4263||Catholic Studies: Creed and Sacraments||15|
|CED4264||The Bible in Religious Education||15|
|The Creative Arts|
|AED4260||Arts as an Active Experience: Visual Art Education Focus||15|
|AED4261||Arts as an Active Experience: Music Education Focus||15|
|AED4262||Arts as an Active Experience: Drama Education Focus||15|
|Health and Physical Education|
|HPE4010||Analysing Curriculum and Instruction in Physical Education||15|
|HPE4020||Teaching Health Education||15|
|HPE4030||Performance and Perspectives in Physical Education and Sport||15|
|FMS4020||Fundamental Movement Skills and Sport Education||15|
|PHE4304||Advanced Studies of Teaching Physical Education||15|
|EDU4270||Motivating and Managing Children with Challenging Behaviour||15|
|EDU4271||Managing the Behaviour of Students with Special Educational Needs||15|
|EDU4275||Teaching in Rural, Regional and Remote Communities||15|
|EDU4035||Early Career School Leadership in Diverse Communities||15|
|EDU4220||Programs and Curricula for Students with High Support Needs||15|
|EDU4221||Strategies for Teaching Students with Learning Difficulties and Learning Disabilities||15|
|EDU4477||Direct Instruction and Teaching Effectiveness in Special Education||15|
|MPE4260||Learning to Enrich the Learning Experience of Mathematically Gifted Primary Students||15|
|MPE4261||National Testing as a Diagnostic Primary Teaching Tool for Numeracy||15|
|MPE4262||Transition Mathematics: Geometric Thinking for Years 6 to 8||15|
|MPE4263||Transition Mathematics: Early Algebraic Thinking for Years 6 to 8||15|
|MPE4264||Intensive Mathematics Clinic||15|
|MSC4111||Supporting the Teaching and Learning of Mathematics and Science K-3||15|
|LAN4128||Diagnosis and Remediation of Language/Literacy Problems||15|
|LAN4118||Diagnosis and Remediation of Language/Literacy Problems 2||15|
|LIT4260||Children's Literature in the Classroom||15|