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EBA401 Educational Psychology 4

Falls into two sections: (a) an introduction to research methods in education and the use of statistical procedures, with students choosing to undertake an empirical study, make a literature review or develop a psychologically based teaching application; and (b) issues relating to the personal and professional development of the teacher, with students being introduced to a range of applied approaches which will help them to understand and support children and youths who may be exhibiting behavioural, familial, social and cultural problems in educational settings.

Special notes
teaching staff Assoc Prof CJ Denholm and others
campus & mode Hbt, int
unit weight [20%]
teaching pattern full year - 2x2-hour seminars a week (24 weeks)
prerequisites EBA301
corequisites
mutual exclusions
method of assessment a series of assignments and an individual project.
required texts, etc
recommended reading
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EBA402 Education and Society 4

Examines four issues: (a) the social organisation of contemporary schooling; (b) the sociology of teaching; (c) the sociology of student achievement; and (d) the reform of Australian education.

Special notes
teaching staff Dr S Lamb
campus & mode Hbt, int
unit weight [20%]
teaching pattern full year - 2-hour seminar a week (24 weeks)
prerequisites EBA302
corequisites
mutual exclusions
method of assessment 3x1,500-word essays (20% ea), 2,500-word paper (40%).
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EBA403 Philosophy of Education 4

Places an emphasis on: (a) philosophy and social issues; and (b) moral philosophy for education.

Special notes
teaching staff Dr DW Dewhurst
campus & mode Hbt, int
unit weight [20%]
teaching pattern full year - 4 hrs lecture/tutorial a week (24 weeks)
prerequisites EBA303
corequisites
mutual exclusions
method of assessment assignments, exercises and seminar presentations
required texts, etc Singer P, Practical Ethics,  CUP.
Barrow R, Moral Philosophy for Education,  George Allen & Unwin.

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EBA404 History of Education 4



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EBA411 School Experience 4 - Early Childhood Education

Requires students to complete satisfactorily a 30-day professional experience program. Students are normally given the opportunity to accept responsibility for a class or full teaching load.

Special notes
teaching staff (Coordinator) Dr MJ Walsh
campus & mode Hbt, int
unit weight [20%]
teaching pattern 6 weeks during the year
prerequisites EBA311 (see 1995 h/bk)
corequisites EBA416.
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EBA412 School Experience 4 - Primary

Has the same broad objectives as EBA411.

Special notes
teaching staff (Coordinator) Dr MJ Walsh
campus & mode Hbt, int
unit weight [20%]
teaching pattern 6 weeks during the year
prerequisites EBA312 (see 1995 h/bk)
corequisites EBA417.
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EBA416 Curriculum and Teaching Studies 4 - Early Childhood Education

Consists of the following sub-units which are studied by year-4, Early Childhood Education students: Teaching Studies C; Reading and Language Development B; Mathematics B; Drama; and Physical Education.

Special notes
teaching staff
campus & mode Hbt, int
unit weight [20%]
teaching pattern full year - 6 hrs a week (24 weeks)
prerequisites EBA316 (see 1995 h/bk)
corequisites EBA411
mutual exclusions
method of assessment To obtain a Pass award, a satisfactory level of assignment and practical work has to be achieved in each sub-unit
required texts, etc Teaching Studies C Texts used for years 2 and 3, plus:
Rogers B, You Know the Fair Rule,  ACER, 1990.
Hill S and Hill T, The Collaborative Classroom,  Eleanor Curtain, 1990.
Dalton J and Smith D, Extending Children's Special Abilities,  Ministry of Education Schools Div, Victoria, 1986.
Donaldson M, Children's Minds,  Fontana.
Department of Education and the Arts, Our Children the Future,  Tasmania, 1991.
Reading and Language Development B:
Clay MM, The Early Detection of Reading Difficulties,  3rd edn, Heinemann, 1985.
-, Becoming Literate: The Development of Inner Control,  Heinemann, 1991.
Holdaway D, Independence in Reading,  3rd edn, Ashton Scholastic 1990.
Phinney M, Reading with the Troubled Reader,  Canada Scholastic, 1988.
Mathematics B:
Australian Education Council, A National Statement on Mathematics for Australian Schools,  Curriculum Corporation 1991.
-, Mathematics - A Curriculum Profile for Australian Schools,  Curriculum Corporation, 1994.
Baker A and Baker J, Maths in the Mind,  Eleanor Curtain, 1991.
Pengelly H, Making Patterns,  Ashton Scholastic, 1992.
-, Base Ten: Understanding the Number System,  Ashton Scholastic, 1992.
Skinner P, What's Your Problem?  Nelson, 1990.
Drama and Physical Education: tba

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EBA417 Curriculum and Teaching Studies 4 - Primary

Consists of the following sub-units studied by year-4 Primary Education students: Reading and Language Development B; Mathematics B; Science B; Social Science B; and Teaching Studies C, in which students examine professional issues such as: children with special needs, reporting to parents, the teacher and the law, child health and behaviour modification strategies.

Special notes
teaching staff Mr AR Kerrison (Coordinator), Mrs CJ Hiller, Dr BL Jones, Mrs J Moss and Ms DA Smith
campus & mode Hbt, int
unit weight [20%]
teaching pattern full year - 6 hrs lecture/practical a week (22 weeks)
prerequisites EBA317 (see 1995 h/bk)
corequisites EBA412
mutual exclusions
method of assessment Written assignments and practical work for each unit
required texts, etc Ashman A and Elkins J, Children with Special Needs,  Prentice Hall, 1990.
Rogers W, Making a Discipline Plan,  Nelson, 1989.

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EBA421 The Arts in Education 4 - Music

Continues the study of composition, performance and listening, and provides students with the opportunity to develop individual skills, and to gain ensemble experience and a deeper musical understanding. Students: (a) continue with one instrumental study; (b) develop performance skills through small ensemble work appropriate for both curriculum and personal development, including composition and arranging; and (c) study curriculum development in the related arts as a major topic.

Special notes
teaching staff
campus & mode Hbt, int
unit weight [20%]
teaching pattern full year - 4 hrs a week (24 weeks)
prerequisites EBA321 (see 1995 h/bk)
corequisites
mutual exclusions
method of assessment instrumental work (50%), seminar paper (20%), documentation of a teaching project (30%)
required texts, etc Children, Language and the Arts,  Tasmanian Education Dept, 1985.
Music in the Classroom,  Dept of Education and the Arts, Tasmania, 1990.

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EBA422 The Arts in Education 4 - Art

Requires students to: (a) carry out further work in drawing, painting, design and three-dimensional exploration, as a development of studies from earlier years; (b) use a more personal approach which encourages them to select ideas and materials appropriate to them as individuals; (c) develop a strong involvement with art appreciation through the use of slides and visits to exhibitions and art galleries; (d) adopt a creative approach to the use of art in schools and an appreciation of the display and presentation of visual material; and (e) undertake a personal project in a selected area, e.g. painting, sculpture, printmaking, photography, craft, etc.

Special notes
teaching staff Mr P Boam
campus & mode Hbt, int
unit weight [20%]
teaching pattern full year - 4 hrs lecture/seminar/workshop a week (24 weeks)
prerequisites EBA322 (see 1995 h/bk)
corequisites
mutual exclusions
method of assessment practical work (70%), assignment (30%).
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EBA423 The Arts in Education 4 - Drama

Involves students in three areas of study and activity, in which they are expected to show individual initiative: (a) either Video-Drama - seminars and workshops on the operation of equipment on-camera work and basic production techniques leading to the devising, scripting, shooting and editing of individual videos; or Improvised Drama - seminars and workshops on improvised drama technique leading to a devised presentation; (b). Performance - in scripted plays for public or workshop presentation; and (c) Seminars and Workshops - in stage management, set design, costume, lighting and publicity, leading to responsibility for the technical aspects of one of the performed plays.

Special notes
teaching staff Mrs EM Darvell
campus & mode Hbt, int
unit weight [20%]
teaching pattern full year - 4 hrs a week (24 weeks)
prerequisites EBA323 (see 1995 h/bk)
corequisites
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method of assessment practical and written assignments.
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EBA424 The Arts in Education 4 - Health and Physical Activity

Considers the relationship between lifestyle and health. The unit includes the analysis of major social determinants of health and how these may be influenced.

Special notes
teaching staff Mr TK Bootle
campus & mode Hbt, int
unit weight [20%]
teaching pattern full year [?]
prerequisites EBA324 (see 1995 h/bk)
corequisites
mutual exclusions
method of assessment seminar paper (20%), tutorial assessment (35%), individual project (30%), and group project (15%).
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EBA431 Literature and Literacy 4

Helps students to grow in their conscious and skilful use of language, to extend their range of reading and writing, and to increase their powers of sensitive expression in ways which can influence the teaching of primary school children. They study the modern novel and poetry in order to increase their understanding and appreciation of modern use of form and irony; and examine linguistic issues raised in this literature.

Special notes
teaching staff Mrs CJ Hiller
campus & mode Hbt, int
unit weight [20%]
teaching pattern full year - 4 hrs a week (24 weeks)
prerequisites EBA331 (see 1995 h/bk)
corequisites
mutual exclusions
method of assessment a sequence of written assignments, seminar presentations and reports
required texts, etc Allende I, House of Spirits,  Black Swan.
Barnes J, Flaubert's Parrot,  Picador.
Byatt A, Possession,  Vintage.
Brookner A, Hotel Du Lac,  Granada.
Chang J, Wild Swans,  Fontana.
Ishiguro K, The Remains of the Day,  Faber.
Malouf D, An Imaginary Life,  Picador.
Marquez GG, A Chronicle of Death Foretold,  Picador.
Murdoch S, The Sea, The Sea,  Penguin.
Swift G, Waterland,  Penguin.
Walker A, Possessing the Secret of Joy,  Vintage.
Winterson J, Sexing the Cherry,  Vintage.

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EBA432 Social Sciences in Education 4 - Social Research and Action

Introduces students to social theory and methods and their relevance to current curriculums goals in schools. Students spend 6 weeks preparing to carry out their own social research, and a further 6 weeks on a supervised research activity.

Special notes
teaching staff Assoc Prof J Abbott-Chapman and Dr MC Fearnley-Sander
campus & mode Hbt, int
unit weight [20%]
teaching pattern full year - 2x2-hour seminars (18 weeks) and 6 weeks' supervision of individual studies
prerequisites EBA332 (see 1995 h/bk)
corequisites
mutual exclusions
method of assessment 2x2,000-word seminar papers and a research project
required texts, etc Bulbeck C, Social Sciences in Australia: An Introduction,  HBJ, 1993.
Edgar D, Earle L and Tapp R, Introduction to Australian Society,  2nd edn, Prentice-Hall, 1993.

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EBA433 Science in Education 4

Builds on the studies of years 2 and 3 with two major strands; (a) natural history and ecology; and (b) human beings and their environment. Students who enrol in this unit must also enrol in KZA135 and EBA237

Special notes
teaching staff Dr BL Jones, Mr AR Kerrison, Assoc Prof PP Lynch, Dr MJ Walsh and
campus & mode Hbt, int
unit weight [0%]
teaching pattern full year - 4 hrs a week (23 weeks)
prerequisites EBA333 (see 1995 h/bk)
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EBA435 Mathematics in Education 4

Falls into two parts: (a) Part 1 focusing on structure and its relationship to number systems and problem solving in the K-8 curriculum; and (b) Part 2 covering elementary rate problems and infinite processes, including the concepts underlying the calculus. The K-8 curriculum is built around topics including fields, groups, rings, networks and graphs; difference equations; rate problems; infinite processes; concepts underlying the calculus; and Markov chains.

Special notes
teaching staff Dr JM Watson
campus & mode Hbt, int
unit weight [20%]
teaching pattern full year - 2 lectures and 2 tutorials a week
prerequisites EBA335 (see 1995 h/bk)
corequisites
mutual exclusions
method of assessment assignments and essays (50%), an exam each semester (25% ea).
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EBA438 Honours

A candidate who completes the first three Examinations of the BEd degree with sufficient merit may be permitted to continue with the (honours) fourth year, which enables the successful student to graduate Bachelor of Education with Honours. Applications for acceptance as a candidate for honours are made at the time of enrolment for the Fourth Examination, provided that the Faculty may, in special circumstances, consider applications received after that date. Candidates for the degree will complete the requirements of the degree of Bachelor of Education and will undertake such courses and additional work as may be prescribed. Acceptance for admission to the program for Bachelor of Education with Honours is based on the candidates' results expressed in terms of the weighted grade average (WGA) computed from their results: (a) for candidates completing the degree through the In-Service Program the WGA will be computed from their results for the Fourth Examination for the degree of Bachelor of Education; or (b) for candidates completing the pre-service program for the degree of Bachelor of Education the WGA will be computed from their Second and Third Examinations for this degree.

The requirement for such courses and additional work as prescribed above shall be: education related; not more than the equivalent of 25% of a full year's coursework; primarily concerned with depth, rather than breadth, of academic study; completed, in the case of a full-time student, not later than the commencement of the academic year immediately following the initial year of enrolment in the Honours program; determined not later than the end of semester 1 in the year of initial enrolment; and monitored and assessed by a designated member of the academic staff who will normally act as supervisor for a dissertation or thesis work required, and another examiner.
Students who consider that they satisfy the entry requirements should contact the Honours Coordinator Before nominating an area of study, the candidate should discuss it with an appropriate member of the staff of the department. All applications are considered by the Honours Panel of the Department of Education at Hobart.

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EBA440 Art and Education

Establishes a base from which teachers might identify, clarify and solve many of the problems and ambiguities which are frequently associated with self-expression, creativity and the arts. The unit is designed for those teachers who are involved in the teaching of art, craft and design orientated subjects at all levels, and is open to infant, primary, special school and secondary teachers. Particular emphasis is placed on curriculum development together with basic guidelines for self-evaluation of classroom practices. Such analysis should aid teachers to develop more meaningful course structures and teaching strategies.

Special notes
teaching staff Mr PE Hiller
campus & mode Hbt, int
unit weight [25%]
teaching pattern summer school, or full year - 3-hour seminars a week (March commencement) (20 weeks)
prerequisites
corequisites
mutual exclusions
method of assessment 2 major assignments (60%), minor papers (40%).
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EBA441 Bases of Educational Decision



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EBA442 Computers in Education



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EBA443 Curriculum Management and Delivery



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EBA445 Drama in Education



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EBA446 Early Childhood Education

Examines current Early Childhood Education issues in the light of the students' professional training and experience. The course of development in a child's early years is charted and linked to the provision of children's services of all kinds. Current practices in the education of young children is considered. The unit is organised to fit in with the usual school holidays. The class meets for a two-hour workshop each week, with students, under the tutor's guidance and supervision, choosing topics and taking responsibility for presenting them to the group.

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EBA447 Education: Administration and Development



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EBA451 English for Secondary Teachers

Encourages teachers to reflect on the theory and practice of English teaching in the light of their experience in schools. Much of the study will be planned in collaboration with the students but the following topics will be pursued: the teaching of literature; drama work; the process of writing; the linking of literature and life and what this means in practice; the kind of continuity there should be in English; the problem of assessment.

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teaching staff Mr DJ Mallick
campus & mode Hbt, int
unit weight [25%]
teaching pattern full year - 3-hour seminars a week (March commencement) (20 weeks)
prerequisites
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method of assessment 3 assignments.
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EBA452 Environmental Studies in Education

Assists teachers in the theory, skills and methods of environmental studies at K-12 levels. Through a program of lectures, seminars and practical work, the unit includes: knowledge development in the sciences and related areas; curriculum approaches, including design and evaluation; and practical aspects of field studies.

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EBA453 Evaluation and the Teacher



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EBA455 Introduction to Special Education

Is for experienced teachers who are concerned with meeting the educational needs of exceptional children whether in normal or special schools. No previous formal study in this area is assumed, but questions and problems arising from the students' experience provide much of the background to the content of the subject. The unit is divided into two parts: (a) a general survey of special education and of the specific categories of exceptionality, their effect on children's development and adjustment within the family, school and society, and the educational implications for teachers concerned with providing suitable learning experiences for children with special needs; and (b) learning disabilities arising from problems in sensory-motor, perceptual, language and/or cognitive functions.

Special notes
teaching staff Mrs J Moss
campus & mode Hbt, int
unit weight [25%]
teaching pattern full year - summer school and 2 follow-up weekend workshops
prerequisites
corequisites
mutual exclusions
method of assessment written assignments (10,000 words total), attendance at seminars and workshops
required texts, etc Ashman A and Elkins J (eds), Educating Children with Special Needs,  2nd edn, Prentice Hall, Australia, 1994.

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EBA456 Introduction to Studies in Affective Education

Complements EBA476 and attempts to increase educators' awareness of the importance of emotional factors which facilitate all aspects of children's learning across the school curriculum. Students complete the core component (weighted at 12.5%) and choose one of the other two components (each weighted at 12.5%).
The compulsory core, Social and Emotional Development and Interpersonal Skills, covers the study of: (a) students' needs - the physical, social and moral development of children; (b) the child in context - self-knowledge, self-esteem, self-concept; and (c) helping skills, interventions and programs which contribute to the social and emotional development of children.

The optional components are: (A) The Supportive School Environment- (a) building a positive learning and social environment; (b) school and class climate; (c) class organisation and management; (d) cooperative teaching and learning; (e) effective instructional approaches and strategies; (f) the ecological view of student behaviour; (g) effective problem solving; (h) models and techniques of student management; and (B) Crises in Children's Lives - (a) stress in children - types, symptoms, coping mechanisms, teacher support to children; (b) particular crises, including family break-up, blended families, bereavement, sexual and physical abuse, poverty and unemployment; (c) relationship crises with peers and families; (d) disordered reactions, including aggression, suicide, drug abuse, promiscuity, vandalism, delinquency; (e) support services and agencies - roles and functions.

(A) and (B) are also available as part of EBA476. Students enrolled for both EBA456 and EBA476 must complete four components.

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teaching staff (Coordinator) Ms DA Smith
campus & mode Hbt, int
unit weight [25%]
teaching pattern full year - five-day summer school (core unit), six-day workshops at weekends/school holidays, and 15 evening lectures/workshops of 2 hours (Further details available from Coordinator)
prerequisites
corequisites
mutual exclusions
method of assessment seminar papers/written assignments (total 10,000 words)
required texts, etc Bolton R, People Skills,  Simon Schuster, 1986.
Kosky R, Eshkevari HS and Kneebone G, Breaking Out: Challenges in Adolescent Mental Health in Australia,  Aust Govt Publishing Service, 1992.
Rutter M, Helping Troubled Children,  Penguin, 1987.

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EBA457 Introduction to the Sociology of Education



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EBA458 Introductory Studies in Community Education



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EBA459 Language and Education

Helps teachers to increase their understanding of the importance of language in learning and teaching and to adjust their classroom planning and practice accordingly. The unit looks at the interrelations of the four modes of language (reading, writing, listening and speaking) and focuses in particular on the mutually supportive roles of reading and writing in assisting pupils to increase their powers of reflective thought.

Special notes
teaching staff Mrs CJ Hiller
campus & mode Hbt, int, dist ed
unit weight [25%]
teaching pattern full year - 3-hour seminars a week (March commencement) (20 weeks)
prerequisites
corequisites
mutual exclusions
method of assessment a series of written assignments related to language, language in use and language in classrooms
required texts, etc Emmitt M and Pollock J, Language and Learning,  Oxford Univ Press.
Stubbs M, Educational Linguistics,  Blackwell, 1988.
Yule G, The Study of Language,  Cambridge Univ Press, 1985.

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EBA461 Literature for Children

Is designed for serving teachers and teacher librarians in early childhood, primary and secondary education. Students enrolling for this course need to read widely across the full range of literature for the young. The unit introduces the wide range of material now being published for the young and enables students to develop evaluative criteria for selecting books for use with individuals, groups and classes. It considers the nature of the reading process and the interrelation of reading with the other modes of language, exploring, in particular, the relationship of literature to the development of children's powers of expression in speech and writing.

Special notes
teaching staff Mrs CJ Hiller
campus & mode Hbt, int
unit weight [25%]
teaching pattern full year - 3-hour seminars a week (March commencement) (20 weeks)
prerequisites
corequisites
mutual exclusions
method of assessment a series of written assignments related to literature studies and to the use of literature in the classroom
required texts, etc Nodelman P, The Pleasure of Children's Literature,  New York, London.
Saxby M, and Winch, G (ed), Give Them Wings,  Macmillan, Melbourne, 1987.
Townsend JR, Written for Children,  4th edn, Bodley Head, 1990.

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EBA462 Mass Media Studies in Education



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EBA463 Mathematics and Education



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EBA464 Music and Education

Introduces experienced teachers to current work on the place of music in the overall education of children. Students are made aware of modern approaches to music education which stress the need for active participation in music-making. The unit emphasises practical activities embracing exploratory techniques, with group tuition in recorder and guitar forming an important part of these activities.

Special notes
teaching staff Mr G van de Geer
campus & mode Hbt, int
unit weight [25%]
teaching pattern full year - summer school or 20x3-hour seminars a week (March commencement) (20 weeks)
prerequisites
corequisites
mutual exclusions
method of assessment composition and practical work to be assessed at the conclusion of the summer school (40%), seminar paper (10%) and a major paper (20%), documentation and presentation of a practical project to be assessed mid-year (30%)
required texts, etc Children, Language and the Arts,  Tasmanian Education Department, 1985.
Music in the Classroom,  Dept of Education and the Arts, Tasmania, 1990.

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EBA465 Physical Education



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EBA466 Psychology and the Teacher

Explores a range of psychological theories of learning and instruction. Students are introduced to: psychological aspects of child and adolescent development and the way they affect learning processes and achievements; cognitive learning styles, meta-cognition, examining the needs of individuals and groups in instruction, managing instructional settings to provide for individual and group learning and various approaches to assessing student learning.

Special notes
teaching staff (Coordinators) Assoc Prof CJ Denholm and Ms C Owen
campus & mode Hbt, int
unit weight [25%]
teaching pattern 6 day workshops held at weekends throughout the year
prerequisites
corequisites
mutual exclusions
method of assessment 3 major projects
required texts, etc Kauchak DP and Eggen PD, Learning and Teaching: Research Based Methods,  Allyn and Bacon, Boston, 1993.
Woolfolk A, Educational Psychology,  5th edn, Allyn and Bacon, Boston, 1993.

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EBA467 Reading and Reading Development

Provides teachers with both a clear background to theory in reading and writing instruction and with the opportunity to apply the theory in practice. The study is organised in four parts: (a) introduction to theory of reading and writing and their place in language and learning studies; (b) screening the young and beginning reader and writer; (c) classroom approaches to reading and writing; and (d) reading and writing in relationship to the student's command of focused thought and language. Students are asked to conduct two major reader studies and to study a child in reading difficulty.

Special notes
teaching staff (Coordinator) Mrs CJ Hiller
campus & mode Hbt, int
unit weight [25%]
teaching pattern full year - 3-hour seminars a week (March commencement) (20 weeks)
prerequisites
corequisites
mutual exclusions
method of assessment Three major assignments
required texts, etc Adams MJ, Beginning to Read: a Summary,  Centre for Reading University of Illinois.
Weaver C, Understanding Whole Language,  Heinemann, 1990.

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EBA468 Rural Science in Education

For a description of this unit, contact the Head of Department.

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EBA469 School and Classroom Based Curriculum Development

Introduces students to various theories and models in the field of curriculum design and development and encourages them to explore them critically in relation to their own educational purposes and practices. The second part of the unit focuses on the application of current theories and concepts to the review, design and/or development of specific curriculums.

Special notes
teaching staff Assoc Prof J Abbott-Chapman
campus & mode Hbt, int
unit weight [25%]
teaching pattern full year - 3-hour seminars a week (March commencement) (24 weeks)
prerequisites
corequisites
mutual exclusions
method of assessment written assignments related to the teacher's professional work
required texts, etc Smith DL and Lovat TJ, Curriculum: Action on Reflection,  revised edn, Social Science Press, Wentworth Falls NSW, 1991.
Print M, Curriculum Design and Development,  2nd edn, Allen & Unwin, 1993.

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EBA470 School Management and Education



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EBA471 Science in Education

Involves an overview of the historical development of science which is illustrated through study of relevant science content. From this background, teachers engage in the development and evaluation of science activities suitable for infant work and primary grades in the context of current work.

Special notes
teaching staff Mr AR Kerrison
campus & mode Hbt
unit weight [25%]
teaching pattern full year - 3 hrs a week (14 weeks) and 3 days field and laboratory work
prerequisites
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method of assessment 2x2,000-word essays (30% ea), weekly exercises (40%).
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EBA472 Special Study

Requires students to present an approved sequence of study comprising unit(s) with a total weight of 25%, drawn from approved In-Service units. Students should choose their unit in consultation with the Assistant Dean (Professional Studies)

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EBA473 Studies in Assessing and Reporting in Education



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EBA475 Studies in Numeracy

Considers current definitions of 'numeracy' in relation to other parts of the school curriculum using the recent Australian statements and profiles in all learning areas. Methods for achieving better numeracy skills throughout the primary and lower secondary years are covered.

Special notes
teaching staff Dr JM Watson
campus & mode Hbt, int
unit weight [25%]
teaching pattern summer school
prerequisites
corequisites
mutual exclusions
method of assessment written assignments related to the course and teacher's professional work
required texts, etc Willis S (ed), Being Numerate: What Counts,  Hawthorn, Vic ACER, 1990.
Watson JM, Cautionary Tales: A Collection of Mathematical Essays for Teachers,  AAMT, Adelaide, 1995.

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EBA476 Studies in Student Welfare in Schools and Colleges



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EBA477 Studies in the Teaching of Religion



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EBA478 Topics in Science

Enhances teachers' practical knowledge of, and self-confidence in, science topics useful to their teaching at primary and secondary levels. Students select three of the following units: EBA236, EBA237, EBA238, KZA135, KPA131, KEA131, KGA190. Not all of these units may be offered in any one year.

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teaching staff Refer to individual units
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unit weight [0%]
teaching pattern each unit typically requires 40-50 hrs class contact. To complete EBA478, students select 3 of the following units - EBA236, EBA237, EBA238, KZA135, KPA131, KEA131, KGA190.
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EBA479 Topics in Social Science



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EBA480 Women's Studies in Education

Consists of two units offered by the Women's Studies Committee - HAF206/306 and HAF207/307. Each is developed on two principles: (a) a recognition of the roles and contributions of women in society and (b) the practical application to the classroom and the profession of this learning.

Special notes
teaching staff (Coordinator) Mrs CJ Hiller
campus & mode Hbt, int
unit weight [25%]
teaching pattern summer school or full year - weekly
prerequisites
corequisites
mutual exclusions
method of assessment minor 1,000-word paper: students present one seminar (paper to be negotiated but may focus on the topics outlined under language and literacy, major 3,000-word paper
required texts, etc Brookner A, Hotel du Lac,  Triad.
Eagleton M (ed), Feminist Literary Theory,  Blackwell.
Kingston MH, The Woman Warrior,  Picador.
Lurie A, The Truth about Lorin Jones,  Abacus.
Miller J, Women Writing About Men,  Virago.
Rhys J, Wide Sargasso Sea,  Penguin.
Waugh P, Feminist Fictions,  Routledge.
Walker A, The Color Purple,  Womens Press.
Weldon F, Life and Loves of a She Devil,  Coronet.
Winterson J, Sexing the Cherry,  Vintage.

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EBA490 Studies in Health Education



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EBA492 Teaching Science: an Inquiry-Based Approach



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EBA493 Studies in Teaching



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EBA494 Education Project

Encourages in-service students to pursue an approved topic within the field of education, which is significant, substantial and relevant to their professional work. The focus of the project is normally related to at least one of the in-service units completed, or being pursued at the time the project is being undertaken. Seminars and individual tutorial assistance are provided for those undertaking this education project. The work submitted should be 8,000-12,000 words.

Special notes
teaching staff (Coordinator) Mr P Hiller
campus & mode Hbt, int
unit weight [25%]
teaching pattern full year
prerequisites
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method of assessment detailed project report for each project.
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EBA495 Observation and Professional Practice



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EBA496 Selecting and Preparing Teaching Materials



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