TEAC 3025 Researching Practice
Legacy Code 102681
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Students must be enrolled in 1879 Bachelor of Education (Birth – 5 Years) and have completed 160cp in that program.
- Analyse the key ideas and assumptions underlying aspects of research and education research debates.
- Explore research processes and the role of each step of the action process for quality research.
- Examine key factors influencing the practice and identities of teachers in contemporary education contexts.
- Reflect critically on their own teaching and learning philosophy, ethical practice and pedagogical leadership.
- Critique field experience and plan strategies for enhancing practice.
- Apply the outcomes of the research process to support professional learning, reflection and continuous improvement.
- The value of engaging with educational research
- The use of research literature to identify and analyse the social, cultural, economic and political structures important to the role and identity of teachers
- Research processes: research design, data analysis and ethical issues
- Research on key factors of contemporary teaching and learning, professional practice and professional identities
- The role and work of teachers as defined by the research literature
- Action research and practitioner research principles and practices
The following table summarises the standard assessment tasks for this subject. Please note this is a guide only. Assessment tasks are regularly updated, where there is a difference your Learning Guide takes precedence.