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EDED20488 Curriculum in Secondary
School-based moderation and assessment practices, evaluation and curriculum planning and their theoretical underpinnings are examined in this course as well as a range of emergent contemporary issues in the senior phase of learning (Years 10 to 12). Materials collected from and experiences undertaken in learning sites will provide both individual and collective opportunities to analyse and reflect upon current schooling practices and trends. Students should be able to explore and utilise practices in senior secondary schooling and the role of the Queensland Studies Authority in developing syllabuses, other curriculum documents, assessment, accreditation and certification processes. Students also critique the four areas of learning that may contribute to the Queensland Certificate of Education and co-curricula activities in terms of how to support senior school students in their learning.
Course at a glance
|Requisites:||This course has no pre/co-requisites|
|Student Contribution Band:||7|
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