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Unit name HPE Pedagogy
Unit code ESP231
Credit points 12.5
Faculty/School College of Arts, Law and Education
Faculty of Education
Discipline Education
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Learning Outcomes

  1. Apply a Teaching as Inquiry Model to curriculum planning and implementation for HPE teaching and learning.
  2. Discuss and explain principles of effective pedagogy that relate to teaching and learning in health and physical education (HPE).
  3. Critically reflect on key elements of quality HPE teaching and learning.
  4. Explore a range of methods and approaches for assessment in HPE, and design an assessment task for a learning sequence.



Teaching Pattern

1 x 1 hr Lecture (13 weeks)
1 x 2 hr Tutorial (12 weeks)


Task 1: Literature Engagement, 1500 words (20%)

Task 2: Teaching as an Inquiry Plan, 2000 words (40%)

Task 3: Part A Critical Reflection, Part B Assessment Design, 1500 words (40%)

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