Lecture 1 course overview 2011

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  • 1.  
  • 2.
    • discuss 2 things you would like to know about this course.
    • discuss two things you would like to know about teaching science at the jp /p level of schooling.
    • What are 2 things
    • you
    • will do
    • to develop
    • your knowledge, skills and understanding
    • of
    • teaching jp /p science?
  • 3. Science Education 2011
    • Course Themes:
    • An integrated approach:
    • lectures readings workshops assignments
    • science at school + science in the community
    • preparation for teaching: modelling practice
    • an inquiry-based approach
  • 4. Course overview
    • Lectures x7
    • course and assignments
    • prior knowledge and teaching approaches
    • planning a unit of work
    • guest speakers
    • Workshops x10 x 3 hours
    • teaching approaches, resources, managing the learning the environment
    • x 10 hours per week, per course is expected
  • 5. Assignments
    • Power point presentation
    • students’ prior knowledge
    • (due week 4 )
    • 2. Unit planner
    • planning for learning
    • (week 8**)
  • 6. Towards an AustralianCurriculum’ (from draft, 09)
    • “ To achieve the stated aims of the Australian science curriculum it is proposed that there needs to be less emphasis on a transmission model of pedagogy and more emphasis on a model of student engagement and inquiry .
    • The driving force of the transmission model is teacher explanation whereas the learning engine for inquiry is based on teacher questions and discussion.
    • Teacher explanation is still important but it should be seen as one skill in a broad repertoire of teaching skills.”
  • 7. The Australian Curriculum (in draft only, 2010)
    • 3 Inter-related Content Strands:
    • science understanding (facts, concepts, principles, laws, theories, models)
    • science inquiry skills (investigations, evidence)
    • science as a human endeavour (decision making, social and ethical issues, cultural perspectives, historical and future aspects )
  • 8. What could the science be?