Learning Outcomes

Bachelor of Education (Secondary: Mathematics) and Bachelor of Science

On successful completion of the Bachelor of Education (Secondary: Mathematics) and Bachelor of Science students will be able to:

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Course Learning Outcome

1

Critically and constructively reflect upon professional practice in education that makes a positive contribution to a more socially just society

2

Synthesise and apply relevant knowledge from more than one discipline to professional practice in education

3

Critically and creatively enact practice in education that responds to, and informs theory, policy and research

4

Demonstrate a commitment to ongoing professional development by undertaking research into practice that contributes to positive individual and social change.

5

Critically apply inclusive ways of knowing, being and doing that respect and celebrate Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples as the First Australians; acknowledging the enduring values and cultures that enrich current Australian society.

6

Critically analyse and evaluate how disciplines construct meaning and produce claims of validity

7

Demonstrate skills in sourcing information and interpreting challenging contexts to communicate complex ideas to diverse audiences.

8

Work professionally in complex and dynamic education environments with others, appreciating and embracing the strengths, interests, and motivations of difference.

9

Demonstrate a coherent understanding by articulating the methods of science and explaining why current knowledge is both contestable and testable by further inquiry.

10

Explain the role and relevance of science to society.

11

Exhibit depth and breadth of knowledge by demonstrating well-developed knowledge in at least one disciplinary area.

12

Demonstrate knowledge in at least one other disciplinary area.

13

Critically analyse and solve problems by gathering, synthesising and critically evaluating information from a range of sources.

14

Design and plan an investigation.

15

Select and apply practical, conceptual and/or theoretical techniques or tools in order to formulate and model problems or conduct an investigation.

16

Collect, accurately record, interpret and draw conclusions from data.

17

Be effective communicators of reasoning, results, information, or arguments, to a range of audiences, for a range of purpose, and using a variety of modes.

18

Be accountable for their own learning and scientific work by being independent and self-directed learners.

19

Work effectively, responsibly and safely in an individual or team context.

20

Demonstrate knowledge of the regulatory frameworks relevant to their disciplinary area and personally practise ethical conduct.