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A message to students from the dean Planning an undergraduate course Aims of the Department List of courses. The Institute of Education was formed in 1989 by the incorporation of the Melbourne College of Advanced Education into the University of Melbourne.

List of courses

Undergraduate awards

Graduate awards

A change of subject must be authorized by your course advisor and submitted to the Institute Administration, located at Level 4 of the ERC Building, on the form available for that purpose, no later than seven days from the date of authorization. Similarly, a withdrawal from a course must be approved by your course advisor and submitted to the Institute Administration Office, otherwise a "fail" may be recorded.

Senior management of the Institute

Students will be informed by the relevant course committee about the procedures for applying for a Report for Employment as a Teacher. Details of the Facilities and Services charge and the Higher Education Contribution Scheme (HECS) charge for 1992 will be provided at the time of enrolment.

Principal dates 1992

The first round of year 3 starts on Tuesday 28 January in week 5 and runs until the Thursday of week 7. 3) Students who choose the one day per week pattern will be placed in a primary school (P) and a post-school for 3 days. primary school (S) placed. ) for 7 days. If necessary, part of the school experience requirement may be carried over to the November school experience period.

VIM •

The Diploma of Teaching (Technical and Further Education) is an approved three-year full-time (or equivalent part-time) course. The Diploma of Teaching (Technology) is a three-year full-time (or equivalent part-time) course.

Departments of the Institute

The School of Science and Mathematics Education offers traditional science and mathematics disciplines, including computer science, to BEd (Secondary) students in all courses of study (especially science and environmental science). The School of Visual and Performing Arts Education was established in January 1989 with the merger of MCAE's Faculties of Visual Arts and Performing Arts.

Careers for Education graduates

Further information

Hawthorn Campus

Associate Diploma in Training and

Development

Content: Skills for planning, preparing, delivering and evaluating training sessions started in Training and Presentation 1A. Assessment: A 1500 word assignment requiring students to explore their training and development operations (70 percent); a seminar paper of 750 words;.

Diploma of Teaching (Technical and Further

A candidate's progress in the course is expressed in terms of points credited for the courses taken. Attendance of at least 80 percent of classroom contact hours is required for all students in each course subject.

Diploma of Teaching (Technology)

Assessment: Class presentations, exercises and assignments totaling 9,000 words or the equivalent of a non-written assignment in time and effort. There will be 24 contact hours in 2-hour weekly sessions for each of the two main components.

Bachelor of Education

Participants in the Bachelor of Education are required to demonstrate satisfactory performance in two formal, written assignments in each subject of the course. Prescribed text: Blakeslee T Right Brain: A New Understanding of the Unconscious Mind and Its Creative Powers Doubleday 1980 New York.

Kew Campus

Bachelor of Education (Early Childhood)

Diploma of Social Science (Child Care Services) [incorporating the

  • Diploma of Social Science (Child Care Services)
  • Diploma of Teaching (Early Childhood)
  • Table 2
  • Bachelor of Education (Early Childhood)
  • Table 1 General Studies Subjects'

The subjects studied in the first three years of award are specified for the awards of the Diploma in Teaching and the Diploma in Social Science. Human Development Studies A and B, Education and Care Studies A and B and a 38 point Practicum and Practicum A and B (which includes 65 days of supervised field experience); and.

Schedule 5: Table 2
Schedule 5: Table 2

45 Assessment: Production of practical works of a

Attend a 3-hour lecture/lab session each week; 12 hours of fieldwork on a weekend field trip during the first semester. 48 University of Melbourne Prospectus and Handbook 1992 - Volume Four Contact: One 2-hour lecture/seminar each week.

Practicum

Parkville Campus

Bachelor of Education (Visual Arts)

  • ABORIGINAL ART AND CULTURE
  • PACIFIC REGION ARTS AND CULTURE
  • per cent for each unit; students must complete both units satisfactorily to pass the subject
  • MODERNIST ART AND CULTURE Staff: Ken Wach
  • CONTEMPORARY ART AND CULTURE
  • ART OF THE TWENTIES AND THIRTIES
  • ISSUES IN CONTEMPORARY ART
  • ABORIGINAL ART AND CULTURE
  • ASIAN ART AND CULTURE Staff: To be advised

Unit A: Study of Art History and Culture - An introduction for students who need a broad introduction to art history and culture. Content: Two compulsory units: Modernist Art and Culture (Section 1) and Contemporary Art and Culture (Section 2).

Graphic Communication B  Drawing BI
Graphic Communication B Drawing BI

71 Content: Students are encouraged to produce a range

Assessment: A folio of up to forty pieces of work reflecting participation in all aspects of the teaching program (100 per cent). Assessment: A folio of up to twenty pieces of work, reflecting participation in all aspects of the teaching program (100 per cent).

Associate Diploma in Science

The Associate Diploma in Science Course Committee is responsible for the management, evaluation and development of the course on behalf of the Institute Board. It monitors student progress throughout the course and the quality of teaching within the course.

Bachelor of Education (Primary)

Subjects coded A' are first-level studies which can be taken by candidates in any year of the course. Students in each year of the course can be awarded points for Community Involvement if successful.

Bachelor of Education (Secondary)

A candidate in the first year of the course will not be allowed to register for subjects that have a total of more than 100 marks. In the later years of the course, the main areas are Music and Education.

Bachelor of Science Education

Education studies are all compulsory and take place in the second, third and fourth year of the course. The marks to be awarded for such studies will be determined by the Bachelor of Education (Secondary) Course Committee, and such marks will then contribute to the 288.9 general marks of the degree.

Bachelor of Social Science (Information

In addition, candidates may be granted supervised professional practice for part of the year. The subjects of the course and their point value are listed in Schedule A. 1) Group 1 includes first year studies.

Subject descriptions

Accounting

Students will normally choose and enroll in one of the core Art and Design courses, which will require an additional two hours of study and one hour of studio access each week. Contact: Equivalent to a 2-hour studio session and one hour of studio access each week.

Art History and Culture

Individual projects will be developed that emerge from each student's personal knowledge and experience in the visual arts. Individual projects will be developed that emerge from each student's personal knowledge and experience in the visual arts.

Asian Language and Literature

Assessment: Development and implementation of the project; final project report of 3000 words or equivalent. Assessment: Development and implementation of the project; a final project report of 4000 words or equivalent.

Asian Studies

Content Through real experience, simulations and visual presentations, and through reading, practical exercises and discussions, students will identify some important features of the cross-cultural experience and of the culture encountered.

Astronomy

Australian Studies

Biology

Contact: Three 1-hour lectures and a 3-hour practical session per week for eight weeks, except during School Experience secondary course block periods. Contact: Three 1-hour lectures and a 3-hour practical session per week for eight weeks, except during the block periods of school experience in secondary education.

Business Studies

Prescribed texts: Texts will be specified once each placement has been negotiated and approved by Business Studies. Prescribed texts: Texts will be specified when each project is negotiated and approved by Business Studies.

Ceramics

Content: Students are given the opportunity to practice and observe their business study skills and knowledge in a commercial/professional or government organisation. Content: Students are given an opportunity to apply their business studies skills and knowledge in a research project on an empirical issue.

Chemistry

Contact: Three 1-hour lectures each week for eight weeks; 75 hours of practical work carried out during 10 weeks. Contact: Two 1-hour lectures each week for six weeks and 70 hours of laboratory work during 10 weeks of the semester.

Children's Literature

Prescribed Texts: Manual of Style: Notes on Presentation of Essays, Class Papers, Bibliographies 9th edition Division of Library and Information Studies Institute of Education University of Melbourne Melbourne 1991 Prescribed Texts: Manual of Style: Notes on presentation of essays Classo Notebook 9th Edition Division of Library and Information Studies Institute of Education University of Melbourne Melbourne 1991.

Chinese

Papers, Bibliographies 9th edition, Library and Information Studies Institute of Education University of Melbourne Melbourne 1991. Review: A 6000-word essay, including a comprehensive report on children's reactions to the author's work, based on practical work with children ( 100 percent).

129 Assessment: A 1-hour mid-year test (20 per cent); a

130 University of Melbourne Prospectus and Handbook 1992 — Volume Four Contact: As for Advanced Standard Chinese. Prerequisite: Advanced Chinese Level I (Advanced Chinese Level 3 may be taken concurrently with or after Level 2, depending on the student's course structure.).

Communication

Community Language

Assessment: Essays and assignments of a maximum of 7000 words in total; a 2-hour exercise at the end of each semester. Content: A project in Italian that may take the form of designing and implementing a program to promote the oral and written community language development of one child.

Computer Studies

Contact: Two lectures of 1 hour and a tutorial of 1 hour. Content: Knowledge representation and the organization of data; relational, hierarchical and network model operations on data. Contact: Two lectures of 1 hour and a tutorial of 1 hour. Content: Topics include: the history and applications of artificial intelligence; the nature of intelligence; Troubleshooting; the codification of logic; knowledge-based systems; knowledge representation; network language processing; robotics including speech recognition and visual recognition; neural networks.

Design

Assessment: a 2-hour end-semester exam at the end of the semester; tutorial sheets and programming assignments; a special assignment of 1000 words.

Drama

Special Requirements: This subject and Drama Cl are requirements for BEd (Secondary) students who wish to take the Drama teaching method. Special Requirements: This subject and Drama B1 are requirements for Teaching Method: Drama in Year 4 for BEd Students (Secondary).

137 comprehensive reading folder one week before the

Entry requirements: 33.3 credit points in group 2 Drama subject, including Drama B1 and Drama B2, with Drama C41 or approved equivalent. Entry requirements: 33.3 credit points in group 2 Drama subject, including Drama BI and Drama B2, or approved equivalent.

Earth Science

In consultation with the relevant lecturer, a special drama program will be drawn up for each student to suit both their interests and background.

Economics

Contact: A 2-hour seminar class every week except during BEd (Secondary) block periods of School Experience; class presentations and activities as determined at the start of the subject. BEd (Secondary) block periods of school experience;. class presentations and activities as determined at the start of the subject.

Education Studies

Staff: Three teaching methods: Music available: classroom (single method), classroom (dual method) and instrumental (single method). Prerequisites: at least 40.0 points in Chemistry at Group 2 level or an approved equivalent subject; pass or parallel enrollment in Teaching Method: Junior Science A or B.

Environmental and Cultural Change

Content: A detailed consideration of the VCE Mathematics Study design, including the work requirements for the Study. Assessment: Short weekly assignments equivalent to a total of 1000 words (20 percent); an assignment on assessment in Year 11-12 mathematics equivalent to 1200 words (30 per cent); a large planning assignment equal to 1200 words (30 percent); a class presentation equivalent to 1000 words on a mathematical topic suitable for use with year 11-12 students (20 per cent).

Environmental Science

Assessment: Development of the research assignment (25 percent); the interim, final and seminar reports (50 percent); effective group dynamics within the class (25 percent). Assessment: Completion of the equivalent of 70 hours fieldwork experience; a project evaluation report (50 percent); a seminar presentation during the Institute teaching semester following completion of the placement (50 percent).

Garment Construction

Geography

Effects of industrial restructuring on different components of the workforce (ethnic and gender groups). Special requirements: This course qualifies for bridging study as part of the BEd (Secondary) and BScEd course requirements.

Health Education

Assessment: A curriculum package of up to 2000 words; essays and papers of up to 5000 words in total.

History

WAR AND REVOLUTION Credits: 16.7. Requirements: 33.3 credits in Group 2 History courses, or approved equivalent. MODERN THAI HISTORY Credits: 16.7. Requirements: 33.3 credits in Group 2 History courses, or approved equivalent.

History and Philosophy of Science

Studying history as a form of knowledge and the relationships between it and history teaching and curriculum development in the secondary school.

Human Sexuality

Assessment: An evaluative statement of at least 1000 words of the student's responses and experiences in the course, derived from records kept during the course; an essay or research paper of approximately 2500 words on an approved topic. Prerequisites: Human sexuality A, at least 16.7 points in group 2 subjects and passed or simultaneous admission to education D.

Humanities Education

Students considering this course are encouraged to complete one or more Australian Studies B, Biology B15, Biology B24, Health Education B1, Language and Literature B8, Philosophy B10, Philosophy B14, Philosophy B15, Psychology B2, any Sociology subject groups 2. It is assumed that students have already acquired some basic teaching skills, so there will be a special emphasis on dealing with sensitive and controversial issues in the classroom.

Indonesian

Information Management

Prerequisites: Information Management B8 and any other Group 2 subject in Information Management, Accounting or Economics or an approved equivalent subject. Prerequisites: Information Management B8 and any other Group 2 subject in Information Management, Accounting or Economics or an approved equivalent subject.

Japanese

Contact Minimum 18 weeks (normally 21 weeks) in an approved workplace. 1st or 2nd semester.) Content: Supervised professional practice within an approved working environment. Prerequisites: Satisfactory completion or simultaneous enrollment in Supervised Professional Practice 1 or approved equivalent.

Language and Literature

Language in Education

Requirements: 333 marks in Group 3 Language and Literature subjects, including two from Language and Literature C21, C24, C25, C26, C28 and C29, or approved equivalent. Requirements: 333 credits in Group 3 Language and Literature subjects, including two from Language and Literature C21, C24, C25, C26, C27 and C29, or approved equivalent.

Legal Studies

Prerequisites: 333 points in Group 3 Language and Literature subjects, including two Language and Literature subjects C21, C24, C25, C26, C28 and C29 or an approved equivalent. Contact Two 1-hour lectures and a 1-hour seminar each week, except during BEd (Secondary) school experience block periods. Two semesters.) Content A study of the development of compulsory education and the role of federal and state governments in education.

Library and Information Studies

Credit points: 83

481-361 LIBRARY AND INFORMATION STUDIES C2: RESOURCE MATERIALS - SELECTION AND COLLECTION BUILDING This subject was not offered in 1992. Style Manual: Notes on the Presentation of Essays, Class Papers, Bibliographies 9th Edition Library and Information Studies Division Institute of Education University of Education Melbourne Melbourne 1991.

Credit points: 5.6

Prescriptive text: Style Manual: Notes on the Presentation of Essays, Class Papers, Bibliographies 9th edition Library and Information Studies Division Institute of Education University of Melbourne Melbourne 1991. Young Adult Literature: A Resource Book Library and Information Studies Division Institute of Education University of Melbourne Melbourne 1991.

Mathematics

Assessment Written assignments of up to 26 pages in total: up to 3 hours of written final exams. Assessment Written assignments of up to 26 pages in total; up to a three-hour written final exam.

Table of Prerequisites
Table of Prerequisites

Media Arts

Assessment Participation in classes (50 percent); two writing projects, one corresponding to approximately 1,500 words and the other to 800 words (50 percent). Assessment Participation in classes (50 percent); two writing projects, one corresponding to approximately 800 words and the other to 1,500 words (50 percent).

Figure

Schedule 5: Table 2
Graphic Communication B  Drawing BI
Table of Prerequisites

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