School Orgn and Structural Issues in Educating Boys

10 Units

Examines current practices in schools. A variety of structural and organisational approaches will be considered including middle schools and single sex classes in a co-educational setting. School structures will be examined in the light of the types of relationships they encourage between males and females, between staff and students, within the staff, and between the school and the community. The link between school structures and teaching and learning will be examined.

Faculty Faculty of Education and Arts
School School of Education

Not currently offered

Learning Outcomes

On successful completion of this course, students will be able to:

  1. Examine a variety of current school organisational structures.
  2. Examine the relationship between the school and the community.
  3. Investigate whole school approaches to educating boys.
  1. Current school organisational structures including middle schools, single sex classes, year level oganisation and timetabling in secondary schools. A variety of case studies of school organisation from urban, rural, primary and secondary schools will be presented.
  2. The relationship between the school and the community. Students will investigate a range of school strategies to involve the community which may enhance the learning of boys, including programs that involve fathers and other community members in educating boys.
  3. Whole school approaches to educating boys. Students will be presented with a variety of approaches to enhance boys learning, and discuss necessary elements in an effective whole school strategy for boys.
Assessment Items
  • Literature Review: Literature Review
  • Written Assignment: Designing a School Improvement Plan
  • Online Learning Activity: Blackboard Postings on topics determined by the Lecturer

Contact Hours Not currently offered
Timetable 2018 Course Timetables for EDUC6015
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