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EDFE20011 Teaching Practicum II
Teaching Practicum II can be used independently
or in conjunction with Teaching Practice I. Both practices have
the same outcomes. They focus on the student's workplace.
Students, in negotiation with the lecturer, must: decide on their
own learning objectives, assessment methods, criteria for assessment
and maintain a journal recording their progress in the course. However,
whatever choices the students make, they must provide evidence of
being a theoretically informed, skilled practitioner.
The practicum must consist of a minimum of 25 days of structured
teaching or training. You must negotiate a formal learning contract
which outlines in advance the instruction that you will deliver
and who will be responsible for the supervision and assessment of your
performance. For students wishing to gain registration through the
Queensland Board of Teacher Registration, the practicum supervisor
must be registered as a teacher or hold qualifications that would make
them eligible for teacher registration. Successful performance in
this course will require the satisfactory completion of three assignments
as well as the teaching practicum.
Central Queensland University Handbook
This handbook was correct as at: 07-May-2002