Faculty of Education Te Kura Toi Tangata Summer School & T Semester 2015 2015 Summer School Applications for Summer School close on Sunday 8 December 2014 For further information contact: Bernice Ziarno MANAGER, CENTRE FOR TEACHER EDUCATION Phone: (07) 838 4466 ext. 7819 Email: [email protected] Semester and Teaching Periods for 2015 S Summer School: During period from 5 January – 20 February 2015 C, D or T Outside or within normal semester periods – as advertised HAM TGA NET BLK Paper is taught in Hamilton Paper is taught in Tauranga Paper is taught online Paper has some block face-to-face teaching periods The information in this booklet was correct at the time of printing October 2014. Some papers may be subject to change or cancellation. For room details and up to date timetable information check online at: http://www.waikato.ac.nz/study/enrol/summer/ undergraduate.shtml alternatively click on the relevant paper code. summer school guide 1 200 Level Optional Papers (20 points) ALED200-15S (HAM) Exploring Visual Arts Media for Educational Contexts: Printmaking Students will be working individually and collaboratively in exploring printmaking that can be adapted to classroom settings. Themes, products and processes used and created will be documented and commented on as a reflective journal. Prerequisite: 15 points at 100 level in an Arts paper. Teaching time: 12-16 January (9am - 5pm) 19-23 January (9am - 5pm) Convenor: Cheri Waititi Email: [email protected] ALED202-15T (HAM) Contemporary Māori Art for Educational Contexts A study of contemporary Māori artists and their work, through a series of practical experiences in which a selected range of art making processes are examined. Prerequisite: 15 points at 100 level in an Arts paper. Teaching time: 16-30 November (9am - 5pm) Convenor: Donn Ratana Email: [email protected] ALED205-15S (TGA) Painting in Educational Contexts This paper focuses on a practical exploration of approaches to painting, using personal imagery initially derived from observation and media manipulation. Procedures for developing ideas will reflect an understanding of diverse painting styles and traditions. Prerequisite: Workshops: Convenor: Email: 15 points at 100 level 12 - 16 January (9am - 4pm) 19 - 23 January (9am - 4pm) Graham Price [email protected] ALED220-15S (HAM) Contemporary Music Making in Educational Contexts This practical music paper enables participating students to further develop their musical skills and knowledge with engaging contemporary music examples. Learning opportunities include playing, vocalizing, creating and performing music from the field of Popular and World Music. Music leadership skills will be part of the content of this paper and participants will be able to create, develop and record their own music. There will be openings for musical playing with African style percussion, guitar, keyboard and local musical instruments. Restriction: Students must be able to attend in person Wednesday 7 to Tuesday 13 January 2015 daily between 8.30 am and 4pm. Students must have access to the internet. Prerequisite: TEAL123 (HAM) or (TGA), OR: ALED 120 (HAM) or (TGA), or equivalent. Teaching time: 7-9 January (8.30am - 4pm) 12 - 13 January (8.30am - 4pm) Note: This paper is supported online. Enrolment in this paper is limited to 20 students. Convenor: Christoph Maubach Email: [email protected] 2 faculty of education ALED225-15S (TGA) Dance and Education This paper focuses on dance within educational contexts through increasing dance skills (both creative and performative), dance knowledge and exposure to teaching strategies, which embrace current dance practices. Learning will include both practical work and guided enquiry. Prerequisite: Lecture: Convenor: Email: 15 points at 100 level in a dance related subject 12 - 16 January (9am - 4pm) 19 - 23 January (9am - 4pm) Sue Cheesman [email protected] HDCO322-15S (HAM) Motivation and Behaviour Difficulties: Methods and Strategies for Educators This paper provides practical skills for responding to challenging behaviour in the primary and secondary classroom, and it also considers broader developmental and environmental factors that can influence what transpires in school settings. In addition to the risk and resilience framework and applied behaviour analysis, students are introduced to a relational view of behaviour, including restorative and culturally responsive practices. Opportunities are provided to practice ways of speaking and a class meeting process that can be used for addressing conflict, building learning communities and developing key competencies. Prerequisite: 40 points at 200 level in Education Studies, Human Development, Professional Education or Psychology. Teaching time: 5-9 January (9am - 3pm) 12 - 16 January (9am - 3pm) Note: Enrolment in this paper is limited to 90 students. Convenor: Email: Dr Maria Kecskemeti [email protected] PROF390-15S (HAM) Directed Study This paper is available only to students enrolled in the BTchg who have the approval of the Chairperson of Department. A Directed Study is an independent study on a topic of interest to the student over the summer period. Students wanting to enrol in this paper are asked to identify a topic to explore in consultation with an appropriate supervisor. It is crucial that students wanting to complete this paper contact a potential supervisor prior to the completion of Semester B 2014 for more detailed information. Prerequisites: Completion of all core BTchg papers.40 points at 300 level in BTchg. Entry is at the discretion of Chairperson of Department. Convenor: Dr Bill Ussher Email: [email protected] summer school guide 3 SPLS309-15S (HAM) Adventure and the Outdoors This paper critically examines theory and practice related to adventure and sustainability in the outdoors. This is achieved through a combination of practical experience, theoretical learning and critical reflection. Prerequisite: Teaching time: Convenor: Email: SPLS209 or SPLS214 5-9 January (9am - 4pm) 19 - 22 January (9am - 4pm) Marg Cosgriff [email protected] SPLS390-15S (HAM) Directed Study This paper is available only to students enrolled in the BSpLS who have the approval of the Chairperson of Department. A Directed Study is an independent study on a topic of interest to the student over the summer period. Students wanting to enrol in this paper are asked to identify a topic to explore in consultation with an appropriate supervisor. The SPLS directed study can also involve a placement in an organisation over the summer school period. For a placement, students are asked to identify an organisation and a topic to explore within the organisation in consultation with an appropriate supervisor. It is crucial that students wanting to complete this paper contact Lisa Hayes prior to the completion of Semester B 2014 for more detailed information. Assessment is often by way of a Reflective Journal and/or written report for the organisation, a literature review and presentation. Prerequisite: At least a B+ average across 200 level papers. 40 points at 200 level in Sport and Leisure Studies. Entry is at the discretion of Chairperson of Department and the student requires an approval form signed off by Lisa Hayes. Convenor: Lisa Hayes Email: [email protected] TEPS320-15S (HAM) Curriculum and Assessment: Issues and Strategies A critical analysis of curriculum and assessment practice in school and classroom settings and in the wider context of education, and their relationship to learning and teaching. Prerequisites: Teaching time: TEDE221 and TEPS222, or TEDE271 5 - 9 January (Online) 12 - 16 January (9am - 3pm) 19 - 23 January (9am - 3pm) Note: This paper is taught partially online. Convenor: Email: Kerry Earl [email protected] 4 faculty of education 500 Level Papers (30 points) The following papers are for students enrolled in postgraduate study. ALED515-15C (HAM) Drama as Pedagogy: Mantle of the Expert This paper gives students, including practising teachers with a specialism in drama education, the opportunity to research, critique and plan programmes for learners using the drama-based inquiry learning system ‘Mantle of the Expert’. Convenor: Email: Weeks taught: Viv Aitken [email protected] 4-9 DSOE557-15S (HAM) Research Methods This paper introduces students to the major educational research paradigms, methodologies appropriate to collecting data in schools (including interviews, observations, surveys, case studies), action research, literature reviews, critiquing research, and report writing. It includes consideration of ethical issues in research. Required book(s): Menter, I., Elliot, D., Hulme, M., Lewin, J., Lowden, K. A Guide to Practitioner Research in Education (London:Sage) HDCO549 -15S (BLK) Counselling and Contexts This paper provides an overview of counselling practice and its contexts, including optional modules focusing on primary and secondary schools. It teaches the skills of a generic approach alongside an introduction to narrative practice. Internal assessment/examination ratio: 1:0 Note: This paper is taught partially online and includes a compulsory five-day block period on campus in Hamilton. It is open to other graduates who demonstrate relevant background and experience. Students selected into the MCouns may be advised or required to complete this paper before enrolling in HDCO541. Directed Study (30 points) The Directed Study provides the postgraduate student with the opportunity to do a small piece of independent research under supervision, contributing to the student’s development as an independent scholar. ALED590-15S (HAM); 15S(NET) Directed Study DSOE590 -15S (HAM); 15S(NET) Directed Study HDCO590-15S (NET) Directed Study MSTE590-15S (NET) Directed Study STER590-15D (NET) Directed Study summer school guide 5 Full-list of Papers Click on link for full offerings (ensure you are connected to the internet) ALED200 Exploring Visual Arts Media for Educational Contexts: Printmaking ALED202 Contemporary Māori Art for Educational Contexts ALED205 Painting in Educational Contexts ALED220 Contemporary Music Making in Educational Context ALED225 Dance and Education HDCO322 Motivation and Behaviour Difficulties: Methods and Strategies for Educators PROF390 Directed Study SPLS309 Adventure, Sustainability and the Outdoors SPLS390 Directed Study TEPS320 Curriculum and Assessment: Issues and Strategies ALED515 Drama as Pedagogy: The Mantle of the Expert DSOE557 Research Methods HDCO549 Counselling and Contexts ALED590 Directed Study DSOE590 Directed Study HDCO590 Directed Study MSTE590 Directed Study STER590 Directed Study 6 faculty of education INSPIRE TOMORROW’S THINKERS T U K U A Ō U W H A K A A R O K I A R E R E , K I A P U TA , K I A A R A A K E I T E H U N G A P I T O M ATA The University of Waikato Private Bag 3105 Hamilton 3240 New Zealand Toll Free: 0800 WAIKATO Website: www.waikato.ac.nz The Faculty of Education Telephone: +64 7 838 4500 Facsimile: +64 7 838 4555 Toll Free: 0800 83 22 42 Website: www.waikato.ac.nz/education ©The University of Waikato, October 2014.
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