This subject encourages students to think sociologically, culturally, and reflectively. Students are introduced to contemporary cultural, social and political debates that impact on the experience of students and teachers in Australian educational contexts. Historical, economic, social, cultural and political contexts all play a part in shaping the provision and practice of education, and students are encouraged to see education as a contested and ideologically-driven social process. Students are encouraged to develop an understanding of the interconnections between theory, research, teaching and learning, and to critically explore how schooling and teaching can contribute to a more equitable and just society.
No offerings have been identified for this subject in 2019.
School of Education
-Ideologies of schooling, theoretical perspectives to research and practice, the philosophical and ideological nature of knowledge, the nature of power, contestation, resistance, negotiation, within and external to the school and community. -Discourses of opportunity and outcomes in the diversity of Australian culture and history. -Local, national and international contexts of Australian education, including: social and policy reforms and their impact on student access, participation, opportunity and outcomes; globalisation and its effects on Australian education; and the politics of teacher education in contemporary Australia. -Cultural and identity politics of schools and classrooms, including: gender, sexuality, race, ethnicity, disability and social class, and the social justice debates in relation to identity categories and schooling experience.
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The information contained in the 2019 CSU Handbook was accurate at the date of publication: September 2018. The University reserves the right to vary the information at any time without notice.