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In the previous Units of the HPE Pedagogy sequence, you have undertaken teaching and learning experiences to prepare for forthcoming School Experience sessions, particularly in terms of understanding and planning for the nature, scope, content and experiences appropriate for Health and Physical Education programs for children in schools at levels K-12.

This fourth Unit in the HPE Pedagogy series provides one final opportunity for you to refine your teaching and planning skills before undertaking the most important placement, Professional Experience 4. In this Unit, you will be undertaking authentic learning tasks that will prepare you for the reality of the teaching profession.

Summary 2021

Unit name Advanced HPE Pedagogy
Unit code ESP331
Credit points 12.5
Faculty/School College of Arts, Law and Education
Faculty of Education
Discipline Education

Dr Vaughan Cruickshank

Teaching staff

Level Advanced
Available as student elective? Yes
Breadth Unit? No



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Teaching Pattern

1 x 1 hr Lecture, 1 x 2 hr Tutorial


Task 1: HPE Capstone lesson (50%). Task 2: Lesson plan (30%). Task 3: Presentation (20%).

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