Categories in philosophy often seem too rigid or too simpleminded to classify the complexity of our views, but perhaps the following checklist will help you understand your own position in….
Research and collect information about Educational Policy and/ or Curriculum developments since1970.
Sunday Week 5- by midnight. Submit through the blue submission point. 10 annotations at 150 words each; 1500 words total. 45%
Unit Outcomes -1, 2 & 3 AITSL1.3, 1.4, 2.4, 3.4, 6.2. Graduate Attributes 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 Component Pans: 10 annotations at 150 words each A brief Introduction and Conclusion additional to the word count helps to frame the timeline and provide a summary. Details: Step 1 – Research and collect information about Educational Policy and/ or Curriculum developments since1970. Try to ‘bookend’ your timeline with your first entry from the 1970’s and your last entry from at least 2019. Step 2 – Choose 10 developments that have made the most impact on classroom practice and particularly those that have made the most impact on Indigenous students. Step 3 – Write a 150-word annotation for each of the 10 developments. Step 4 – Arrange all 10 annotations in chronological order. Each (150 word) annotation should follow this format –
i. Title: 1. Date: . State or National: iv. Resulting classroom practice: v. Impact on Indigenous students:
The Annotated Timeline should be submitted as a Word Document for the purposes of a standard Safe Assign plagiarism check through Grade Centre. You can view the marking rubric and criteria through the submission point.
You can see the marking rubric and the assessment criteria in the submission point.