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EDU4212 Building Professional Teaching Networks
Credit Points: 10

This module continues the process of engaging with the educational community by building a bridge between pre-service teacher training and early career teaching, providing some important strategies and suggestions for a successful transition into teaching. The module also stresses the importance of the new teacher’s commitment to ethical teaching practice and to an understanding of important policies relating to education. It explores the importance of a new teacher’s ongoing growth, both in terms of developing effective professional networks that best meet varying early career needs and expectations, and of engaging in further professional development in his or her learning area. It also examines ways to use ICT to build a useful support foundation for teaching through a variety of tools and strategies, including professional social networking and joining/building communities of practice.

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Y68Bachelor of Education (Secondary)
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Last Updated - Higher Education: 15/03/2012 VET: 15/03/2012