EDU10004 Assessment 3 On-campus 2017.pdf

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1 EDU10004 Assessment 3: Theories of Teaching and Learning Semester 1, 2017 EDU10004 Theories of Teaching and Learning Assessment 3: Case study Word limit: 2000 (+/- 10%) Weighting: 30% Due date: Wednesday 31st May 11:59pm AEST (Week 13) Assessment context Case studies depict real-life scenarios or problems that help people to consider multiple ways of looking at a problem, event or topic. They are also useful in thinking through how to align theory with practice because they provide feedback about turning the ideals of a situation into multiple ways of thinking through an event. This assessment requires you to work in a team to develop a case study that analyses, evaluates, designs and reflects upon a scenario that draws on the theoretical perspectives of this unit and considers what these ideas mean in relation to teaching and learning. Assessment details This is a team activity for groups of two, three or four students. Your teacher can help to compile your group or you can select people you would like to work with. Collaboration is an important component of this assessment (and the role of a teacher) and your assessment submission will need to outline each person’s contribution to the tasks. The assessment involves multiple components you will be working in a team to analyse a scenario from various theoretical perspectives; you will then create a collective new scenario and evaluate the learning outcomes for children; and finally individually reflect on the process of your learning. Submit your assignment as an individual word document. Everyone in the group will submit the team component of the work that will be jointly assessed and then the individual component will receive a separate grade. This means that students in the same group could get a different mark for the assessment. Essential reading for this assessment Read the weekly materials, in addition to chapter 13 reflective practice in the required etext: R. Churchill, P. Ferguson, S. Godinho, N. Johnson, A. Keddie, W. Letts, J. Mackay, M. McGill, J. Moss, M. Nagel, P. Nicholson & M. Vick (Eds.) (2016). Teaching making a difference (Vol. 3). Milton, QLD: Wiley Publishing. Related unit learning outcomes This task is assessing your ability to meet the following unit learning outcomes: 2. Describe what is meant by learning theories and articulate their benefits and limitations.
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