units

EDF4114

Faculty of Education

Undergraduate, Postgraduate - Unit

This unit entry is for students who completed this unit in 2012 only. For students planning to study the unit, please refer to the unit indexes in the the current edition of the Handbook. If you have any queries contact the managing faculty for your course or area of study.

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6 points, SCA Band 1, 0.125 EFTSL

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LevelUndergraduate, Postgraduate
FacultyFaculty of Education
OfferedClayton First semester 2012 (Day)
Clayton First semester 2012 (Off-campus)
Clayton First semester (Open Learning) 2012 (Open Learning)
Coordinator(s)Mr Andrew Wood (On-campus, Clayton); Dr Trent Brown (Off-campus, Clayton)

Synopsis

This unit utilises and integrated approach towards the teaching of Health, Outdoor and Physical Education (HOPE) within a secondary education context. Students will be introduced to methods, resources and theories which are useful in contemporary HOPE teaching. While the focus is upon the Victorian curriculum, students will be encouraged to explore HOPE teaching from national and international perspectives. Students will be expected to critically engage with a range of relevant pedagogical and professional issues.

Outcomes

On successful completion of this unit, students should be able to:

  • Provide a socio-historical perspective on the relationships between Health, Outdoor and Physical Education;
  • Articulate their teaching philosophies and identify the ways in which they may have implications for their teaching and professional identity;
  • Plan, develop, implement and evaluate units of work and lessons;
  • Identify and apply effective and innovative approaches to teaching HOPE;
  • Develop knowledge of pedagogical content;
  • Become familiar with relevant curriculum documents related to teaching HOPE.

Assessment

This unit is graded Pass Grade Only (PGO); Assessment task 1: Written assignment (2,000 words, 50%); Assessment task 2: Written assignment (2,000 words, 50%)

Chief examiner(s)

Dr Trent Brown

Contact hours

3 hrs pw

Prerequisites

Level 3, undergraduate degree with a minor sequence in Health, Physical Education or Outdoor Education. [Note: Students undertaking this unit as a middle school option through the Bachelor of Education (Primary) will meet different requirements. Specific advice should be sought.]

Co-requisites

EDF4409, OR EDF4422, OR EDF4423. Students must be enrolled simultaneously in a professional experience unit(s).

Prohibitions

EDF5482, EDF5485, EDF5490