TEAC 2038 Learning in Community Contexts
Credit Points 10
Legacy Code 102642
Coordinator Annette Sartor Opens in new window
Description This unit focuses on the role of the educator within a diverse, complex and changing society, including effective communication and professional collaborative relationships with children, families, practitioners and/or other professionals. It seeks to promote the importance of reciprocal and reflexive learning by positioning learning and effective teaching as highly dependent on the development of trust, rapport and critical understandings between individuals. In particular, the unit explores through an agency placement experience, social justice issues within educational contexts that may influence educational outcomes. It also provides a space to critically explore the nuances and subtleties of teaching and learning through individual and group interactions. This unit includes a placement requiring a minimum of 26 hours of work integrated learning and engagement in a community agency or educational setting. Mandatory requirements for this unit include Working with Children Check, anaphylaxis certification and Child Protection Awareness Training.
Student Contribution Band HECS Band 1 10cp
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Level Undergraduate Level 2 subject
Pre-requisite(s) TEAC 1023
Prior to enrolling in this subject:
1. Students are required to complete a Working with Children Check leading to the issuance of a clearance number under the category of volunteer.
Students will need to:
i. Access the Commission for Children and Young People website and complete an online application form to generate an application number.
ii. Present an application number and identification to a NSW Motor Registry or Government Access Centre prior to issuance by mail a Working with Children Check number.
iii. Submit the letter with a valid Working With Children Check number to Student Central where the document is trimmed and recorded in Banner as a Special Requirement.
2. Students must have completed Child Protection Awareness Training (Online) prior to undertaking any visits/placements.
3. Students must have completed the ASCIA anaphylaxis e-training and registered their certificates with Student Central.