Education 3711 Bachelor of Science and Bachelor of Education (Primary)

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Education
Course map for students commencing study in 2014
3711 Bachelor of Science and Bachelor of Education (Primary)
3711 Handbook entry: refer to the Handbook for authorised course and unit information.
Year
Sem
Education major
1
EDF1303
Learning and educational
inquiry 1 (6 pts)
Curriculum major
One of:
SCI1020, STA1010,
MTH1020 or MTH1030
(can be taken in Sem 1 or 2)
Bachelor of Science requirements
Overload
Professional experience
units
Science major – level 1
approved sequence
(6 pts)
Science – level 1
approved sequence
(6 pts)
EDF1053
Primary professional
experience 1A
5 days (0 pts)
EDF1054
Primary professional
experience 1B
5 days (0 pts)
(6 pts)
1
2
EDF1304
Learning and educational
inquiry 2 (6 pts)
Science elective – level 1
(6 pts)
Science major – level 1
approved sequence
(6 pts)
Science – level 1
approved sequence (6
pts)
1
EDF2210
Child and adolescent
development (6 pts)
EDF2020
English and literacies 1
(6 pts)
Science major – level 2
(6 pts)
Science - level 2
(6 pts)
2
EDF2031
Indigenous perspectives
on teaching and learning
(6 pts)
EDF2021
Mathematics and
numeracy 1 (6 pts)
Science major – level 2
(6 pts)
Science - level 2
(6 pts)
1
EDF3210
Education policy and
practice (6 pts)
EDF3021
Mathematics and
numeracy 2 (6 pts)
Science major – level 3
(6 pts)
Science major – level 3
(6 pts)
EDF3053
Primary professional
experience 3A
10 days (0 pts)
2
EDF3211
Inclusive education:
Teaching diverse
learners (6 pts)
EDF3022
Arts education in the
primary years (6 pts)
Science major – level 3
(6 pts)
Science major – level 3
(6 pts)
EDF3054
Primary professional
experience 3B
10 days (0 pts)
1
EDF4260
Curriculum, assessment
and evaluation (6 pts)
EDF4022
Humanities and social
education in the primary
years (6 pts)
EDF4023
Science education in the
primary years (6 pts)
EDF4024
Health and physical
education for wellbeing in
the primary curriculum
(6 pts)
EDF4053
Primary professional
experience 4A
20 days (0 pts)
2
EDF4039
Professional identity,
leadership and
engagement (6 pts)
EDF4020
English and literacies 2
(6 pts)
EDF4025
Cross-curriculum
priorities: Environment
and sustainability (6 pts)
EDF4038
Researching innovative
practices in childhood
education (6 pts)
EDF4054
Primary professional
experience 4B
20 days (0 pts)
SCI2010 or SCI2015
(can be taken in either Sem
1 or 2)
(6 pts)
EDF2053
Primary professional
experience 2A
5 days (0 pts)
2
Science elective –
level2/3
(6 pts)
EDF2054
Primary professional
experience 2B
5 days (0 pts)
3
4
This is a conceptual outline only. Enquiries regarding the course structure should be directed to the Course Adviser or to the
Student Services Office at your home campus. Every effort has been made to ensure that the information provided is correct at
the time of publication. Monash University reserves the right to alter this information as required. January 2014.
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Education
Course map for students commencing study in 2014
Requirements for the Bachelor of Science and Bachelor of Education (Primary)
Total credit points – 204 points
Overload – Students are required to overload by 12 credit points in year 2.
Unit restrictions – Students can take a maximum of 10 first-year level units (60 points).
1. Education major – eight units/48 points
2. Curriculum major – ten units/60 points
3. Requirements for the Bachelor of Science degree – 16 units/96 points
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For the requirements of the Science component, refer to the 3711 course entry in the Handbook
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Science major sequences available are published in the ‘Science areas of study and sequences’ in this handbook
4. Professional experience – 80 days of satisfactory teaching practice
Notes
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EDF1303, EDF1304 and all Science units are taken at the Clayton campus. The remaining Education units are taken at the Peninsula campus.
For course advice regarding the Science component contact the Faculty of Science.
This is a conceptual outline only. Enquiries regarding the course structure should be directed to the Course Adviser or to the
Student Services Office at your home campus. Every effort has been made to ensure that the information provided is correct at
the time of publication. Monash University reserves the right to alter this information as required. January 2014.
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