In this subject students will learn how to design, deliver and evaluate learning experiences for diverse learners. This includes adapting instruction, differentiating teaching approaches and adapting assessment for a range of learners, utilising a range of existing frameworks and considering the adaptations required for their context. Students will design a differentiated unit of instruction and complete an evaluative reflection of their design. In designing the unit they will specifically consider the learning needs of children from specific diverse groups in the community, including Indigenous Australians, learners from culturally diverse backgrounds, learners who are gifted and children from socially diverse backgrounds.
School of Teacher Education
The subject will explicitly build on EEL106, EEL203, EPT122, EPT127, EEB433.
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