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WPL2100 Workplace Learning 2: Learning Engagement and Classroom Management
Credit Points: 30
LIT2010 Literacy and Language Education 2
WPL1100 Workplace Learning 1: Introduction to the Primary School Classroom
MAE2010 Primary Mathematics Education 1

This unit investigates various theoretical positions regarding the effective motivation and management of student learning. Practices of effective teachers will be examined to identify the connection between meaningful learning, curriculum and on task behaviour. Embedded within this unit is a 29 day Work Place Learning experience. Pre-service teachers will be placed in a primary school context to engage in collaborative small group and whole class management practices, classroom observations, planning and assessing learning experiences. They will become immersed in the work of primary teachers. Pre-service teachers will be required to adhere to the School of Education's Professional Practice Rules and Procedures and Code of Professional Conduct and to hold a current National Criminal History Check (CRC) and Working with Children Check (WWC) before commencing their practicum. This is a designated unit.

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This Unit is part of the following Courses / Unit Sets
K29Bachelor of Education (Primary to Middle Years) - Bunbury
K15Bachelor of Education (Primary) - Bunbury
K15Bachelor of Education (Primary)
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Last Updated - Higher Education: 12/07/2011 VET: 12/07/2011