This is a core unit for students enrolled in BEd (EC) Course Code 43A.
This unit is designed for students enrolled in the Bachelor of Education (Early Childhood) specialising in teaching young children from birth to 8 years. The unit introduces and interrogates current early childhood curriculum frameworks that guide reflective practice in child care, kindergarten, preparatory and early years of schooling to age 8 (EYLF in the context of NQF, and State and National Curricula). Students will use theory and research to inform their understanding of curriculum and pedagogy that prioritises relationships, contexts and transitions. Strategies for creating emergent and play-based curriculum will be introduced and contextualised for specific early childhood settings.
|Unit name||Curriculum and Pedagogy in Early Childhood|
|College/School||College of Arts, Law and Education
Faculty of Education
|Coordinator||Doctor Frances Fan|
|Available as an elective?||Yes|
|Delivered By||University of Tasmania|
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- Discuss EC curriculum documents in relation to theory and your personal beliefs about learners
- select and apply curriculum in professional practice.
- devise and plan learning experiences for young children.
- locate, organise and present information in an appropriate style, including the use of APA referencing and academic writing conventions.
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|Assessment||Test or quiz|Position paper (40%)|Plan (60%)|
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