|Unit name||Equity, Diversity and Schooling|
|Faculty/School||College of Arts, Law and Education
Faculty of Education
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- Critically analyse the contemporary context of education and schooling from a sociological perspective.
- Communicate the theoretical concepts of educational sociology such as power, identity, equality and disadvantage that shape how schooling is practised and experienced by teachers and/or students.
- Apply key concepts and skills from the sociology of education to enact culturally responsive pedagogies.
- Exemplify attitudes and professional values to meet the needs of children and the education profession, including a commitment to social justice.
- Establish honest, ethical, professional conduct with colleagues and apply principles of ethics and conduct for the teaching profession in professional communication skills across a range of communication forums and apply constructive feedback to improve practice, where necessary.
(EDU202 OR ESH202 OR EAL211 OR EAL201) AND (EAL110 OR EDU190 OR ESH390)
Task 1: Online quizzes x 4 (40% total)
Task 2: Pedagogical stories from the classroom, 2500 words equivalent (20%)
Task 3: Pedagogical stories for the classroom (40%)
Task 4: Professional engagement (not weighted)
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