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Unit Information

ETP210 Teaching & Learning 3


Credit Points:

10

Assumed
Knowledge:

Teaching and
Learning 1

Pre-Requisite(S):
Year:

NA
2014

Mode:
Location:

Learning Method:
Unit Coordinator:

External & Internal


Internal Casuarina
&Batchelor Campus
External - Learnline
ITV/OLR
Ms Jenny Buckworth

Please see your Learnline unit for the lecturers contact details

Unit Description
This unit teaches the theory and practice of assessment emphasizing how it informs teaching and
learning in classrooms. It makes explicit the forms of formative and summative assessment, and
additionally it identifies reporting practices in schools.

Learning Outcomes
On completion of this unit a student should be able to:
1. Demonstrate relevant developing competency/ies in line with NT-Professional standards for
graduating teachers
2. Know how to assess the learning capabilities of their students and be aware of the factors that
can influence their learning.
3. Know how learning environments, program design, use of materials and resources,
assessment and the structure of activities impact on learning.
4. Know how to monitor students engagement in learning and begin to maintain records and
report on student learning.
5. Select, document and implement the approved curriculum to assess student learning
effectively, to provide feedback to students and to inform further planning of teaching and
learning.
6. Use and manage a range of teaching and learning strategies, technologies, activities and
resources.
7. Graduate teachers will provide meaningful and constructive feedback to students about their
learning.

Learning Schedule
This is a
guide only
1

Module Title

Required readings or student


learning activities to be
completed

MODULE 1

Learnline Materials

Introduction, unit outline,


placements, handbooks

Chapter 1

Assessment
s Due

Brady & Kennedy

Assessment tasks and


placement expectations
Assessing student learning.
Context for assessment.
2

MODULE 2

Chapter 2, 8 & 9

The purpose and principles of


assessment

Brady & Kennedy

Paradigm shifts
3

5 and 6

8 -12

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MODULE 3

Chapters 3, 4 & 5

Characteristics of good
assessment

Brady & Kennedy

MODULE 4

Chapters 3, 4 & 5

Authentic Assessment

Brady & Kennedy.

MODULE 5

Chapter 6 & 7

Documenting, record keeping


and reporting to stakeholders.

Brady & Kennedy.

MODULE 6

Chapter 10

Reflections on assessment
and reporting. Meeting
graduate standards.

Brady & Kennedy.

Professional Experience Placement : http://inschool.cdu.edu.au

Thurs, Week
7
Assignment
One:
Assessing
student
learning and
reflective
journal

Overview of Assessment
Assignment 1
Description/Focus

Assessing student work and reflective journal

Value

PU

Week
Due/Submission

Thursday week 7, by midnight. Submit to learnline.

Length

1000 1500 words

Learning
Outcomes

2,3,4,5
Assessment Criteria:

Assessment of student sample using National Curriculum and/or


other resources.

Assessment of student strengths and weaknesses and teaching


implications.

Reflection on learning journey and future learning.


Please see Learnline for further details

In-school tasks (e-portfolio)


Description/Focus

Placement, In school tasks and e Portfolio

Value

PU

Week
Due/Submission

Friday week 13, by midnight/Email to in-school team.

Length

NA

Learning
Outcomes

1,6,7
Assessment Criteria:

Completion of necessary forms


Please see Learnline for further details

Each must be successfully completed for a pass in this unit.

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