Courses - Faculty of Education And Social Work


Education Practice Māori

Stage I

EDPRACM 100
15 Points

Noho ā kura 1

Builds relationships and establishes professional communication with ākonga and colleagues. Engages in collaborative teaching and learning. Explores the role of the professional teacher through an inquiry-based approach to teaching and learning. Examines the te reo Māori discourse relevant to the practicum context.

Prerequisite: EDPROFM 102

Restriction: EDPRACM 101

EDPRACM 101
15 Points

Pakirehua Ngāio: Te Ao Pouako

Develops knowledge, skills and attitudes associated with effective pedagogical practice through integrating research, theory and practical experience. Addresses questions such as: What does it mean to be a teacher? What does it mean to be a professional? How are teachers learners? How do teachers establish professional relationships in complex environments? Requires demonstration of effective emerging pedagogical practice.

Prerequisite: Any 45 points from courses in the BEd(Tchg) Schedule

Restriction: EDPRAC 101, 102

Stage II

EDPRACM 201
15 Points

Noho ā kura: Te Taiao Ako

Further develops the knowledge, skills and attitudes associated with effective pedagogical practice through integrating research, theory and practical experience. Addresses questions such as: How do I teach responsively and purposefully; establish and maintain professional relationships in complex environments and manage the learning environment effectively and professionally to enable success for learners? Requires demonstration of effective developing pedagogical practice.

Prerequisite: EDPRACM 101 and any 45 points from courses in the BEd(Tchg) Schedule

Restriction: EDPRAC 201, 202

EDPRACM 204
15 Points

Noho ā kura 2

Develops professional knowledge, skills and dispositions required for effective teaching and learning through an inquiry-based approach. Engages in noticing, recognising and responding to diverse learners informed by or guided by curricula. Practises and reflects on skills necessary to manage complex learning environments. Examines the te reo Māori discourse relevant to the practicum context.

Prerequisite: EDPRACM 100

Corequisite: EDPROFM 208

Restriction: EDPRACM 201

Stage III

EDPRACM 302
30 Points

EDPRACM 302A
15 Points

EDPRACM 302B
15 Points

Noho ā kura: Te Whakatairanga Paetae Mātauranga

Refines an emerging philosophy and effective pedagogy through integrating research, theory and practical experience. Addresses questions such as: What are my moral, ethical and legal obligations as a teacher? How do I manage complexities of teaching professionally in order to create and sustain purposeful learning environments and enable achievement for all learners? Requires demonstration of effective, informed and ethical pedagogical practice.

Prerequisite: EDPRACM 201 and any 180 points from courses in the BEd(Tchg) Schedule

Restriction: EDPRAC 301, 302, EDPRACM 301

To complete this course students must enrol in EDPRACM 302 A and B, or EDPRACM 302

EDPRACM 304
15 Points

Noho ā kura 3

Builds and sustains culturally responsive, ethical, learner-focused relationships with ākonga, colleagues and whanau in complex learning or education environments. Utilises an inquiry-based approach to demonstrate competency in professional knowledge, and the skills and dispositions required for effective teaching in Aotearoa New Zealand. Examines the te reo Māori discourse relevant to the practicum context.

Prerequisite: EDPRACM 204

Corequisite: EDPROFM 307

Restriction: EDPRACM 302

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