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1 Bachelor of Bachelor of Education (Honours) Detailed Course Requirements The 2016 Monash University Handbook will be available from October This document contains interim 2016 course requirements information. Description Course outcomes Course requirements Progression to further studies Bachelor of Bachelor of Education (Honours) Detailed Course Requirements January 2015 v1.0 Page 1 of 15

2 Description This course will prepare you for a career as a skilled, critical and effective educator in the early years sector, primary schools, secondary schools or a combination of these, allowing you to build a high level of expertise in one of eight specialisations: Early Years Education Early Years and Primary Education Primary Education (studied as a single degree or as part of a double degree course) Primary and Secondary Education Primary and Secondary Health and Physical Education Primary and Secondary Special Education Secondary Health and Physical Education Secondary Education (always studied as part of a double degree course) You will learn how to work with children and young people with varied needs to develop their creative, intellectual, physical, personal and social capabilities and how to foster their learning in diverse ways. Depending upon your specialisation, you will develop the skills and knowledge needed to teach in learning areas such as the arts and music, English, mathematics, civics and citizenship, physical education, health and wellbeing, science and humanities. Professional experience placements offered throughout the course in urban, rural, remote or international locations and educational settings will build your knowledge of teaching and learning. You will develop the skills needed to become a critical and effective educator and leader across educational settings. Specialisations that include Primary Education or Secondary Education are accredited with the Victorian Institute of Teaching (VIT). Graduates are eligible for registration with VIT and qualified for employment as a teacher in Australian schools. Registration with VIT is recognised by teacher regulatory authorities in all Australian jurisdictions. Students planning to register as teachers interstate or overseas should check registration requirements with local authorities in case additional requirements apply. Specialisations that include Early Years Education are also accredited with the Australian Children's Education and Care Quality Authority (ACECQA). Refer to Professional registration and accreditation for further information. Mandatory checks and security clearances Before participating in a professional experience placement in any educational setting, students must meet specific security clearances that apply to the state or territory where the placement is being undertaken. Degree(s) awarded Bachelor of Education (Honours) in Early Years Education Bachelor of Education (Honours) in Early Years and Primary Education Bachelor of Education (Honours) in Primary Education Bachelor of Education (Honours) in Primary and Secondary Education Bachelor of Education (Honours) in Primary and Secondary Health and Physical Education Bachelor of Education (Honours) in Primary and Secondary Special Education Bachelor of Education (Honours) in Secondary Health and Physical Education Bachelor of Education (Honours) in Secondary Education Double degrees The Primary Education specialisations of the Bachelor of Education (Honours) may be studied in a course leading to a double degree. (It can also be taken in a single degree course.) The Secondary Education specialisations of the Bachelor of Education (Honours) must be studied in a course leading to a double degree. (It cannot be taken in a single degree course.) You should seek the Bachelor of Bachelor of Education (Honours) Detailed Course Requirements January 2015 v1.0 Page 2 of 15

3 advice of the Faculty of Education in choosing your majors and specialisations in the companion course, to ensure that you meet the requirements for registration as a specialist teacher. Each of the above two specialisations can be taken in combination with any of the following courses: Bachelor of Arts Bachelor of Business Bachelor of Commerce Bachelor of Computer Science Bachelor of Fine Arts (Visual Arts specialisation only) Bachelor of Information Technology Bachelor of Music Bachelor of Science Taking a double degree combination will lead to the award of two degrees; the Bachelor of Education (Honours) in either the Primary or the Secondary specialisation and the degree awarded for the partner course. In a double degree course, you will need to meet the course requirements for both degrees. Refer to the individual course entries for each course in your double degree. Specialisations Early Years Education This specialisation will qualify you to teach infants and children from birth to eight years of age in childcare, kindergartens and preschools, and to support children's transition to school. You will study in depth how to engage young children in meaningful learning through innovative pedagogical practice. You will learn how to help young children develop their creative, physical, personal, intellectual and social capabilities. Early Years and Primary Education This specialisation will qualify you to teach infants and children from birth to 12 years of age in childcare, kindergartens, preschools and primary schools. You will study in depth how to engage young children in meaningful learning through innovative pedagogical practice and you will learn how to help them develop their creative, physical, personal, intellectual and social capabilities. You will also develop an understanding of how primary school aged children learn and how they can be effectively and creatively taught across all primary curriculum areas such as English and literacies, mathematics, arts education, humanities and social education, science, health and physical education, and studies of the environment and sustainability. Primary Education This specialisation will qualify you to teach children aged five to 12 years in primary schools from Foundation to Year 6. You will develop an understanding of how primary school aged children learn and how they can be effectively and creatively taught across all primary curriculum areas. In doing so, you will develop your personal knowledge of the curriculum areas you will teach, such as English and literacies, mathematics, arts education, humanities and social education, science, health and physical education, and studies of the environment and sustainability. In the single degree course, you will complete additional discipline studies in English and literacy, or mathematics and numeracy, or languages other than English (LOTE). Primary and Secondary Education This specialisation will qualify you to teach children and adolescents aged five to 18 years of age in primary and secondary schools from Foundation to Year 12. At the primary level, you will develop an understanding of how primary school aged children learn and how they can be effectively and creatively taught across all primary curriculum areas. In doing so, you will develop your personal knowledge of the curriculum areas you will teach, such as English and literacies, mathematics, arts education, humanities and social education, science, health and physical education, and studies of the environment and sustainability. At the secondary level you will qualify as a specialist teacher in your specialist teaching Bachelor of Bachelor of Education (Honours) Detailed Course Requirements January 2015 v1.0 Page 3 of 15

4 area. Your unit choices within your discipline studies sequence will determine which area you become qualified to teach in secondary schools. You will focus on adolescent learning and the nature of secondary education including areas such as classroom teaching and practice in schools, curriculum planning, implementation and evaluation, education and its relationship to society, and discipline studies. Primary and Secondary Special Education This specialisation will qualify you to teach children and adolescents aged from five to 18 years in primary and secondary schools from Foundation to Year 12 and will equip you with specialist knowledge and skills for working in inclusive and special education settings. At the primary level, you will develop an understanding of how primary school aged children learn, including those with special needs, and how they can be effectively and creatively taught across all primary curriculum areas such as English and literacies, mathematics, arts education, humanities and social education, science, health and physical education, and studies of the environment and sustainability. At the secondary level, you will also focus on adolescent learning and the nature of secondary education, especially for students with special needs, including areas such as classroom teaching and practice in schools, curriculum planning, implementation and evaluation, education and its relationship to society, and discipline studies. Primary and Secondary Health and Physical Education This specialisation will qualify you to teach children and adolescents aged from five to 18 years in primary and secondary schools from Foundation to Year 12 and enable you to work more broadly in community, recreational and sporting settings. You will qualify as a generalist primary school teacher, specialist health and physical education primary school teacher and a secondary school teacher with health and physical education as your specialist teaching areas. At the primary level, you will develop an understanding of how primary school aged children learn and how they can be effectively and creatively taught across all primary curriculum areas such as English and literacies, mathematics, arts education, humanities and social education, science, health and physical education, and studies of the environment and sustainability. At the secondary level you will focus on adolescent learning and the nature of secondary education including areas such as classroom teaching and practice in schools, curriculum planning, implementation and evaluation, and education and its relationship to society. Secondary Health and Physical Education This specialisation will qualify you to teach adolescents from 12 to 18 years of age in secondary schools from Year 7 to Year 12 as a specialist teacher of health and physical education, health and human development and a third subject area of your choice, such as outdoor education and environmental studies. It will also prepare you to work more broadly in community, recreational and sporting settings. You will develop an understanding of adolescent learning and the nature of secondary education including areas such as classroom teaching and practice in schools, curriculum planning, implementation and evaluation, and education and its relationship to society. Secondary Education This specialisation will qualify you to teach adolescents from 12 to 18 years of age in secondary schools from Year 7 to Year 12 as a specialist teacher in two specialist teaching areas. Your unit choices within the partner degree course will determine which two areas you become qualified to teach in secondary schools. You will develop an understanding of adolescent learning and the nature of secondary education including areas such as classroom teaching and practice in schools, curriculum planning, implementation and evaluation, and education and its relationship to society. Course outcomes These course outcomes are aligned with the Australian Qualifications Framework level 8, the Bologna Cycle 1 and Monash Graduate Attributes. Upon successful completion of this course you will be able to: Bachelor of Bachelor of Education (Honours) Detailed Course Requirements January 2015 v1.0 Page 4 of 15

5 demonstrate advanced knowledge, skills and capabilities relevant to your specialisation and discipline(s) understand education policy, theories, research principles and methods and apply these to pedagogical practice understand and implement relevant curriculum and pedagogy for learners in Australian and international contexts understand the ways in which environmental, social and economic conditions of learners influence their education demonstrate knowledge and understanding of the educational issues associated with diversity and inclusion develop teaching and learning strategies and understandings that encompass differentiated and inclusive approaches appropriate for diverse learners in varied contexts, including Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples, and their histories, languages and cultures engage learners and communities in education for a more equitable and sustainable world work independently and collaboratively as a professional beginning educator to solve complex problems in educational contexts use and creatively integrate information and communication technologies to enhance learning demonstrate a high level of competence as a knowledgeable, articulate and reflective practitioner positioned to become a future leader in education engage with relevant professions and communities to become an ethical leader and practitioner who critically responds to education priorities and who can apply an understanding of legal responsibilities to your work design and conduct research to develop your understanding of the field of education demonstrate understanding of and commitment to continued professional learning to improve practice. Course requirements The course requires 204 points comprising at least 108 points in the Education studies, Curriculum studies and Professional studies themes, and up to 96 points relating to Discipline studies. For students enrolled in a double degree course, 96 points of Discipline studies are completed through the partner degree course. The course develops through the four themes of: A. Education studies, B. Curriculum studies, C. Discipline studies and D. Professional studies. The nature and balance among these themes will differ depending upon your specialisation. The units required for each specialisation are detailed below. The course progression maps provide guidance on how to progress through the course. You must satisfactorily complete supervised professional experience as indicated for your specialisation. Permission to complete a placement in your place of employment will only be given in exceptional circumstances and if the required level of supervision is available. Where permission is granted, you will not be permitted to undertake more than 50 per cent of the placements in your place of employment. You must be available to undertake placements on a full-time basis and attend your placement at times determined by the faculty. Units are six credit points unless otherwise stated. EARLY YEARS EDUCATION A. Education studies (84 points) EDF1033 Education for environment and sustainability Bachelor of Bachelor of Education (Honours) Detailed Course Requirements January 2015 v1.0 Page 5 of 15

6 EDF1039 Inclusivity and partnerships in early childhood education EDF1303 Learning and educational inquiry 1 EDF1304 Learning and educational inquiry 2 EDF2030 Contemporary child development theories and practices EDF2031 Indigenous perspectives on teaching and learning EDF2033 Learning with children, their families and communities EDF2039 Children and childhood across time: policies and practices EDF3030 Diversity in child development EDF3031 Local and global perspectives in education policy EDF3033 Change and transition in children's education EDF4028 Understanding place, space and education EDF4029 Play in lifelong learning EDF4031 Sociology of early childhood B. & C. Integrated curriculum and discipline studies (78 points) EDF1030 English and literacy learning EDF1031 Creative learning in childhood through music and the arts EDF1032 Thinking mathematically from an early age EDF2032 Learning through play pedagogies EDF2034 Learning about patterns, shapes and numbers through play EDF2035 Health and physical wellbeing in the young child EDF3032 Children's literature, storytelling and the arts EDF3034 Children's literacy development EDF3035 Investigating our world: science, technology and the environment EDF3181 Art, environment and community EDF4033 Innovation in curriculum and pedagogy in schools EDF4034 Educating the young mathematician EDF4035 Early childhood learning though new media and technologies D. Professional studies (42 points) Students complete 80 days of supervised professional experience in early childhood settings. EDF1038 Introduction to the early childhood education field EDF1051 Early years professional experience 1A (0 points) EDF1052 Early years professional experience 1B (0 points) EDF2038 Curriculum, assessment and documentation in education EDF2052 Early years professional experience 2B (0 points) EDF2053 Primary professional experience 2A (0 points) EDF3036 Professional studies EDF3038 Professionalism, ethics and interdisciplinary work in education EDF3039 Leadership and management in education contexts EDF3051 Early years professional experience 3A (0 points) EDF3054 Primary professional experience 3B (0 points) EDF4051 Early years professional experience 4A (0 points) EDF4052 Early years professional experience 4B (0 points) EDF4100 Researching teaching and learning EDF4101 Research project in education EARLY YEARS AND PRIMARY EDUCATION A. Education studies (72 points) Bachelor of Bachelor of Education (Honours) Detailed Course Requirements January 2015 v1.0 Page 6 of 15

7 EDF1033 Education for environment and sustainability EDF1039 Inclusivity and partnerships in early childhood education EDF1303 Learning and educational inquiry 1 EDF1304 Learning and educational inquiry 2 EDF2030 Contemporary child development theories and practices EDF2031 Indigenous perspectives on teaching and learning EDF2033 Learning with children, their families and communities EDF2039 Children and childhood across time: policies and practices EDF3030 Diversity in child development EDF3031 Local and global perspectives in education policy EDF3033 Change and transition in children's education EDF4032 Contemporary theories of learning development B. & C. Integrated curriculum and discipline studies (90 points) EDF1030 English and literacy learning EDF1031 Creative learning in childhood through music and the arts EDF1032 Thinking mathematically from an early age EDF2032 Learning through play pedagogies EDF2034 Learning about patterns, shapes and numbers through play EDF2035 Health and physical wellbeing in the young child EDF3032 Children's literature, storytelling and the arts EDF3034 Children's literacy development EDF3035 Investigating our world: science, technology and the environment EDF3181 Art, environment and community EDF4022 Humanities and social education in the primary years EDF4023 Science and technology education in the primary years EDF4024 Health and physical education for wellbeing in the primary curriculum EDF4033 Innovation in curriculum and pedagogy in schools EDF4037 Thinking mathematically in primary education D. Professional studies (42 points) Students complete 90 days of supervised professional experience in early childhood settings and primary schools. EDF1038 Introduction to the early childhood education field EDF1051 Early years professional experience 1A (0 points) EDF1052 Early years professional experience 1B (0 points) EDF2038 Curriculum, assessment and documentation in education EDF2052 Early years professional experience 2B (0 points) EDF2053 Primary professional experience 2A (0 points) EDF3036 Professional studies EDF3038 Professionalism, ethics and interdisciplinary work in education EDF3039 Leadership and management in education contexts EDF3051 Early years professional experience 3A (0 points) EDF3054 Primary professional experience 3B (0 points) EDF4051 Early years professional experience 4A (0 points) EDF4054 Primary professional experience 4B (0 points) EDF4100 Researching teaching and learning EDF4101 Research project in education Bachelor of Bachelor of Education (Honours) Detailed Course Requirements January 2015 v1.0 Page 7 of 15

8 PRIMARY EDUCATION A. Education studies (42 points for the single degree course; 36 points for the double degree course) EDF1303 Learning and educational inquiry 1 EDF1304 Learning and educational inquiry 2 EDF2210 Child and adolescent development EDF2031 Indigenous perspectives on teaching and learning EDF3211 Inclusive education: Teaching diverse learners EDF4260 Curriculum, assessment and evaluation Students in the single degree course also complete: EDF3210 Education policy and practice B. Curriculum studies (96 points for the single degree course; 54 points for the double degree course) EDF2020 English and literacies 1 EDF2021 Mathematics and numeracy 1 EDF3021 Mathematics and numeracy 2 EDF3022 Arts education in the primary years EDF4020 English and literacies 2 EDF4022 Humanities and social education in the primary years EDF4023 Science and technology education in the primary years EDF4024 Health and physical education for wellbeing in the primary curriculum EDF4025 Studies of science, environment and sustainability Students in the single degree course also complete: EDF1028 Information and communication technologies across the curriculum EDF1029 Learners with special needs in the primary classroom EDF2006 Education priorities EDF2028 Health, wellbeing and social learning in primary contexts EDF2029 Active citizenship and community connections: Local and global two undergraduate education electives* *Electives can be chosen from the Discipline studies units below and where unsure, students should seek guidance from a Course Adviser. C. Discipline studies (48 points for the single degree course; 96 points for the double degree course) Students in the double degree course complete 96 points towards the partner degree. Students in the single degree course complete: EDF3023 Advanced pedagogy in the primary years A EDF3024 Advanced pedagogy in the primary years B And one of the discipline sequences below: Leadership in English and literacy EDF1151 Fundamentals of the English language EDF1152 Reading and writing the world EDF2151 New literacies EDF2152 Diverse literacies EDF3151 Literacy theory, policy and practice EDF3152 Leading English and literacy Leadership in mathematics and numeracy EDF1161 Doing and learning mathematics EDF1162 Subject knowledge for teaching: Number and algebra Bachelor of Bachelor of Education (Honours) Detailed Course Requirements January 2015 v1.0 Page 8 of 15

9 EDF2161 Numeracy and mathematics for learning and life EDF2162 Subject knowledge for teaching: Measurement and geometry EDF3161 Subject knowledge for teaching: Statistics and probability EDF3162 Leading mathematics and numeracy LOTE (Languages Other than English) Students complete a sequence of six language units following the entry point guidelines and order prescribed under the Bachelor of Arts. The following languages are available: Chinese, French, German, Indonesian, Italian, Japanese and Spanish. D. Professional studies (18 points) Students complete 80 days of supervised professional experience in primary schools. EDF1053 Primary professional experience 1A (0 points) EDF1054 Primary professional experience 1B (0 points) EDF2053 Primary professional experience 2A (0 points) EDF2054 Primary professional experience 2B (0 points) EDF3036 Professional studies EDF3053 Primary professional experience 3A (0 points) EDF3054 Primary professional experience 3B (0 points) EDF4053 Primary professional experience 4A (0 points) EDF4054 Primary professional experience 4B (0 points) EDF4100 Researching teaching and learning EDF4101 Research project in education PRIMARY AND SECONDARY EDUCATION A. Education studies (48 points) EDF1303 Learning and educational inquiry 1 EDF1304 Learning and educational inquiry 2 EDF2210 Child and adolescent development EDF2031 Indigenous perspectives on teaching and learning EDF2211 Classroom practice EDF3210 Education policy and practice EDF3211 Inclusive education: teaching diverse learners EDF4260 Curriculum, assessment and evaluation B. Curriculum studies (78 points) EDF1205 English education 1 EDF1206 Mathematics education 1 EDF2213 English education 2 EDF2214 Science education EDF3035 Investigating our world: science, technology and the environment EDF3212 Mathematics education 2 EDF3213 Creative arts education EDF3216 Social education EDF3269 Secondary pedagogy A EDF4266 English education 3 EDF4267 Mathematics education 3 EDF4268 Health and physical education EDF4269 Secondary pedagogy B Bachelor of Bachelor of Education (Honours) Detailed Course Requirements January 2015 v1.0 Page 9 of 15

10 C. Discipline studies (60 points) Refer to the Faculty's discipline studies list. (link to: Discipline study 1 a six-unit discipline study, with at least 12 points at each of levels 2 and 3, chosen from the discipline studies list. Discipline study 2 a four-unit discipline study chosen from the discipline studies list. D. Professional studies (18 points) Students complete 85 days of supervised professional experience in primary and secondary schools. EDF1101 Fieldwork experience 1A (0 points) EDF1102 Fieldwork experience 1B (0 points) EDF2101 Professional experience 2A (0 points) EDF2102 Professional experience 2B (0 points) EDF3101 Professional experience 3A (0 points) EDF3102 Professional experience 3B (0 points) EDF4041 Professional experience 4A (0 points) EDF4042 Professional experience 4B (0 points) EDF4006 Professional engagement and leadership EDF4100 Researching teaching and learning EDF4101 Research project in education PRIMARY AND SECONDARY SPECIAL EDUCATION A. Education studies (42 points) EDF1303 Learning and educational inquiry 1 EDF1304 Learning and educational inquiry 2 EDF2210 Child and adolescent development EDF2031 Indigenous perspectives on teaching and learning EDF2211 Classroom practice EDF3210 Education policy and practice EDF4260 Curriculum, assessment and evaluation B. Curriculum studies (78 points) EDF1205 English education 1 EDF1206 Mathematics education 1 EDF2213 English education 2 EDF2214 Science education EDF3035 Investigating our world: science, technology and the environment EDF3212 Mathematics education 2 EDF3213 Creative arts education EDF3216 Social education EDF3269 Secondary pedagogy A EDF4266 English education 3 EDF4267 Mathematics education 3 EDF4268 Health and physical education EDF4269 Secondary pedagogy B Bachelor of Bachelor of Education (Honours) Detailed Course Requirements January 2015 v1.0 Page 10 of 15

11 C. Discipline studies (66 points) Special education EDF1551 Foundations to inclusive education EDF1552 Using assessment to respond to diversity across the school years EDF2551 Understanding behaviour in classrooms and schools EDF2552 Learning and teaching for students with diverse needs in various education settings EDF3551 Curriculum in inclusive education EDF3552 Teaching and learning of students with complex needs EDF4551 Collaborative principles, partnerships and procedures Additional discipline a minor (four-unit discipline study) chosen from the Faculty's discipline studies list. D. Professional studies (18 points) Students complete 85 days of supervised professional experience in primary schools, secondary schools and special education settings. EDF1101 Fieldwork experience 1A (0 points) EDF1102 Fieldwork experience 1B (0 points) EDF2101 Professional experience 2A (0 points) EDF2102 Professional experience 2B (0 points) EDF3101 Professional experience 3A (0 points) EDF3102 Professional experience 3B (0 points) EDF4006 Professional engagement and leadership EDF4041 Professional experience 4A (0 points) EDF4042 Professional experience 4B (0 points) EDF4100 Researching teaching and learning EDF4101 Research project in education PRIMARY AND SECONDARY HEALTH AND PHYSICAL EDUCATION A. Education studies (30 points) EDF1303 Learning and educational inquiry 1 EDF1304 Learning and educational inquiry 2 EDF2210 Child and adolescent development EDF3211 Inclusive education: teaching diverse learners EDF4260 Curriculum, assessment and evaluation B. Curriculum studies (102 points) EDF1071 Introduction to health and physical education EDF1072 Contemporary issues in health and physical education EDF1205 English education 1 EDF1206 Mathematics education 1 EDF2006 Education priorities EDF2071 Interdisciplinary studies in health and physical education EDF2072 Social and environmental influences on health and physical education EDF2213 English education 2 EDF2214 Science education EDF3071 Community development and partnerships EDF3212 Mathematics education 2 Bachelor of Bachelor of Education (Honours) Detailed Course Requirements January 2015 v1.0 Page 11 of 15

12 EDF3213 Creative arts education EDF3216 Social education EDF4266 English education 3 EDF4267 Mathematics education 3 EDF4803 Physical education method EDF4804 Health method C. Discipline studies (48 points) EDF1171 Sociocultural foundations of health and physical education EDF1172 Biophysical and behavioural foundations of health and physical education EDF2171 Motor control and skill acquisition EDF2172 Applied movement contexts in health and physical education 1 EDF2173 Perspectives on health EDF3171 Applied movement contexts in health and physical education 2 EDF3172 Inclusion and diversity in movement contexts EDF3173 Food, health and wellbeing D. Professional studies (24 points) Students complete 85 days of supervised professional experience in primary and secondary schools. EDF1055 Secondary professional experience 1A (0 points) EDF1056 Secondary professional experience 1B (0 points) EDF2053 Primary professional experience 2A (0 points) EDF2054 Primary professional experience 2B (0 points) EDF3072 Leadership, policy and pedagogies in health and physical education EDF3054 Primary professional experience 3B (0 points) EDF3055 Secondary professional experience 3A (0 points) EDF4006 Professional engagement and leadership EDF4053 Primary professional experience 4A (0 points) EDF4056 Secondary professional experience 4B (0 points) EDF4100 Researching teaching and learning EDF4101 Research project in education SECONDARY HEALTH AND PHYSICAL EDUCATION A. Education studies (36 points) EDF1303 Learning and educational inquiry 1 EDF1304 Learning and educational inquiry 2 EDF2005 Professional responsibilities, practice and relationships EDF2007 Adolescent development and learning EDF3007 Developing multiple literacies in education EDF3009 Schooling, education and equity: Local and global perspectives B. Curriculum studies (54 points) EDF1071 Introduction to health and physical education EDF1072 Contemporary issues in health and physical education EDF2071 Interdisciplinary studies in health and physical education EDF2072 Social and environmental influences on health and physical education EDF3071 Community development and partnerships EDF4803 Physical education method Bachelor of Bachelor of Education (Honours) Detailed Course Requirements January 2015 v1.0 Page 12 of 15

13 EDF4804 Health method Method unit A* or EDF5169 Outdoor education in the secondary years A** Method unit B* or EDF5170 Outdoor education in the secondary years B** * Corresponding to the discipline studies taken in section C below. Refer to the Secondary specialist/discipline areas, prerequisites and units. (link to: **For students completing the outdoor education and environmental studies discipline only. C. Discipline studies (90 points) Discipline study 1: Health and physical education (54 points) EDF1171 Sociocultural foundations of health and physical education EDF1172 Biophysical and behavioural foundations of health and physical education EDF2171 Motor control and skill acquisition EDF2172 Applied movement contexts in health and physical education 1 EDF2173 Perspectives on health EDF3171 Applied movement contexts in health and physical education 2 EDF3172 Inclusion and diversity in movement contexts EDF3173 Food, health and wellbeing EDF4171 Advanced sport and exercise science Discipline study 2 (36 points): One of the following options: Outdoor education and environmental studies a six-unit discipline study Social education a six-unit discipline study Biology a four-unit discipline study plus two undergraduate education electives Business a four-unit discipline study plus two undergraduate education electives Geography a four-unit discipline study plus two undergraduate education electives Mathematics a four-unit discipline study plus two undergraduate education electives D. Professional studies (24 points) Students complete 80 days of supervised professional experience in secondary schools. EDF1055 Secondary professional experience 1A (0 points) EDF1056 Secondary professional experience 1B (0 points) EDF2055 Secondary professional experience 2A (0 points) EDF2056 Secondary professional experience 2B (0 points) EDF3055 Secondary professional experience 3A (0 points) EDF3056 Secondary professional experience 3B (0 points) EDF3072 Leadership, policy and pedagogies in health and physical education EDF4006 Professional engagement and leadership EDF4055 Secondary professional experience 4A (0 points) EDF4056 Secondary professional experience 4B (0 points) EDF4100 Researching teaching and learning EDF4101 Research project in education SECONDARY EDUCATION A. Education studies (36 points) EDF1303 Learning and educational inquiry 1 EDF1304 Learning and educational inquiry 2 Bachelor of Bachelor of Education (Honours) Detailed Course Requirements January 2015 v1.0 Page 13 of 15

14 EDF2005 Professional responsibilities, practice and relationships EDF2007 Adolescent development and learning EDF3007 Developing multiple literacies in education EDF3009 Schooling, education and equity: local and global perspectives B. Curriculum studies (54 points) EDF2006 Education priorities EDF2008 Becoming a specialist teacher EDF3010 Curriculum development and innovative practice EDF4004 Curriculum, assessment and education policy Method unit 1A* Method unit 1B* Method unit 2A* Method unit 2B* an undergraduate education elective * Corresponding to the discipline studies taken in Section C below. Refer to the Secondary specialist/discipline areas, prerequisites and units. C. Discipline studies (96 points) Students undertake their discipline studies as part of the partner degree. You should consult a Faculty of Education Course Adviser regarding your choice of majors and minors within your partner degree course to ensure you are fulfilling the requirements of the Victorian Institute of Teaching (VIT). Refer to the Secondary specialist/discipline areas, prerequisites and units. D. Professional studies (18 points) Students complete 80 days of supervised professional experience in primary and secondary schools. You will complete: EDF1055 Secondary professional experience 1A (0 points) EDF1056 Secondary professional experience 1B (0 points) EDF2055 Secondary professional experience 2A (0 points) EDF2056 Secondary professional experience 2B (0 points) EDF3055 Secondary professional experience 3A (0 points) EDF3056 Secondary professional experience 3B (0 points) EDF4006 Professional engagement and leadership EDF4055 Secondary professional experience 4A (0 points) EDF4056 Secondary professional experience 4B (0 points) EDF4100 Researching teaching and learning EDF4101 Research project in education Alternative exit(s) You may exit the single degree course early and apply to graduate with the following, provided you have satisfied the following award requirements: Bachelor of Education Studies after successful completion of 144 credit points of study including: a minimum of 96 credit points of education studies a minimum of 48 credit points of education studies at level 3 or higher. Partner degree after successful completion of 144 credit points of study including: fulfilment of all partner degree course requirements Bachelor of Education studies and partner degree after successful completion of 192 credit points of study including: a minimum of 96 credit points of education studies Bachelor of Bachelor of Education (Honours) Detailed Course Requirements January 2015 v1.0 Page 14 of 15

15 a minimum of 48 credit points of education studies at level 3 or higher fulfilment of all partner degree course requirements. Progression to further studies Postgraduate coursework As a graduate of the Bachelor of Education (Honours) you may be eligible for up to 48 points of credit in masters courses offered in the faculty: Master of Counselling Master of Education (coursework) Master of Leadership Master of TESOL Postgraduate research If you achieve a minimum weighted average mark of 65 per cent over the course you meet the eligibility requirements for entry into the Master of Education by research. If you achieve a minimum weighted average mark of 70 per cent over the course and a minimum mark of 70 per cent in EDF4100 and EDF4101 you are eligible to apply for admission into the Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) and will complete additional research preparation equivalent to a further 12 credit points prior to the confirmation of your PhD candidature. Bachelor of Bachelor of Education (Honours) Detailed Course Requirements January 2015 v1.0 Page 15 of 15

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