EDUC6746

K-6 HSIE

10 Units

In this course students will explore the content and organisation of the NSW K-6 HSIE curriculum; strategies and resources for programming, teaching and assessing primary HSIE; the role and value of HSIE; the place of HSIE in the K-12 HSIE continuum (particularly the links between Stage 3 and 4); the literacy and numeracy demands of HSIE curriculum; ways of differentiating curriculum to meet the diverse needs of learners. Particular attention will be given to Aboriginal history and culture, and concepts emerging from the HSIE curriculum that relate to civics and citizenship.

Faculty Faculty of Education and Arts
School School of Education
Availability Semester 2 - 2017 (Callaghan)
Semester 2 - 2018 (Callaghan)
Learning Outcomes

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

  1. Understand the underlying principles of the Humanities and Social Sciences area of the curriculum and be able to demonstrate that they can plan teaching and learning events to further these principles and practices;
  2. Value and clarify the diversity of perspectives in the Humanities and Social Sciences with particular emphasis on Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander, Asian and Sustainability perspectives;
  3. Appreciate the role and value of Humanities and Social Sciences in the broader school curriculum;
  4. Understand and use the NSW syllabus document in this area (incorporating the Australian Curriculum) to plan for learning and teaching in all aspects of Humanities and Social Sciences.
Content

Principles and value of teaching and learning Humanities and Social Science.Understanding, implementing and critiquing current NSW based syllabuses documents in this area.Best practice teaching and learning in History K-6.Best practice teaching and learning in Geography K-6.Best practice teaching and learning in Civics and Citizenship K-6.Best practice teaching and learning in Economics and Business K-6.Best practice teaching and learning strategies using ICT in teaching Humanities and Social Sciences.

Requisites
  • This course replaces EDUC6800. If you have successfully completed EDUC6800 you cannot enrol in this course.
Assessment Items
  • Presentation: Oral and Electronic presentation of ICT resource
  • Written Assignment: Unit of Work

Contact Hours

Callaghan

Lecture

Face to Face On Campus 1 hour(s) per Week for 12 Weeks

Tutorial

Face to Face On Campus 2 hour(s) per Week for 12 Weeks

Timetable 2017 Course Timetables for EDUC6746
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