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Primary Teaching

278.264 The Child in Diverse Contexts30 credits
Development of the knowledge and skills necessary for a critical analysis of the underlying relationships between the child, whanau, family, community, school and society.

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278.420 Teaching Experience I15 credits
A preparation for professional practice in school contexts, through teaching, critical self-reflection and evaluation of practice. Students will critique theory, content knowledge and pedagogical content knowledge in light international research.

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278.421 Teaching Experience II15 credits
An advanced preparation for professional practice through the application, integration, synthesis, and critical self evaluation of theory, content knowledge and pedagogical content knowledge in light of international research.

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278.422 Teaching in Context I15 credits
An examination of the roles and responsibilities of teachers in promoting learning for all learners. Drawing on international research, students will reflect on themselves as learners and teachers together with factors that influence learning and teaching.

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278.423 Teaching in Context II15 credits
An examination of the roles and responsibilities of teachers in promoting learning. Drawing on international research students will reflect on and critically analyse the relationship between social, cultural, historical, and contemporary educational contexts and their influence on learning and teaching.

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278.424 Mathematics Teaching in the Primary School15 credits
A study of content knowledge and pedagogical content knowledge for teaching mathematics in primary schools in Aotearoa/New Zealand.

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278.425 Effective Pedagogy in Mathematics15 credits
A study of the teaching of mathematics for diverse learners in primary classrooms in Aotearoa/New Zealand.

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278.426 Literacy Development and Pedagogy15 credits
An evaluation of the theory and practice of the teaching of reading and writing. An examination of the processes involved in skillful reading and writing and analysis of research-based practices in reading and writing instruction at the primary levels.

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278.427 Literacy Assessment and Instruction15 credits
An examination of the theory, research, and methods of reading and writing assessment that inform instruction.

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278.428 Education in Science, Social Science and Technology15 credits
An overview and critical appraisal of the theory and practice of learning and teaching in Science, Social Science and Technology through an inquiry-based approach to curriculum knowledge, content knowledge and pedagogical content knowledge relevant to primary school education in Aotearoa/New Zealand.

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278.429 Education in the Arts, Hauora and Learning Languages15 credits
An overview and appraisal of the theory and practice of learning and teaching in the Arts, Hauora and Learning Languages through a multidisciplinary approach to curriculum knowledge, content knowledge and pedagogical content knowledge relevant to primary school education in Aotearoa/New Zealand.

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278.461 Classroom Enquiry15 credits
An individual, research-informed supervised classroom enquiry where students plan, undertake and report on an investigation with a group of children in order to refine teaching, diagnostic and formative assessment skills.

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278.463 Te Hononga - Engaging with Māori in Education15 credits
A bicultural understanding of the implications of social, political and cultural contexts of education with an emphasis on the role of whanau and community for teaching and learning within educational settings.

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278.760 Primary Curriculum 130 credits
An introduction to and analysis of the professional requirements of the New Zealand Curriculum and assessment frameworks.

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278.761 Primary Curriculum 230 credits
Clinical application and analysis of learning areas in the New Zealand Curriculum and of assessment frameworks.

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