Bachelor of Teaching and Learning (Early Childhood) - Award Regulations - University of Canterbury - New Zealand

Schedule to the Regulations for the Degree of Bachelor of Teaching and Learning (Early Childhood)

The following regulations apply to students commencing study within the 2017 academic year. For previously published regulations, refer to the Calendar archive (Academic Services website).

For full course information, go to www.canterbury.ac.nz/courses

Compulsory courses

Year 1

(a)
TECE 105 Integrated Curriculum/Ako and Whanaungatanga
(b)
TECE 106 Rethinking Infants and Toddlers /Te Kōhungahunga
(c)
TECM 101 Te Reo me ngā Āhuatanga Māori 1
(d)
TEDU 110 Child and Adolescent Development and Health
(e)
TEDU 111 Education, Culture and Society
(f)
TEDU 105 Cultural Studies/Te Tirohanga Ahurea
(g)
TEPI 101 The Profession of Teaching
(h)
TEPI 105 Teacher Identity/ Ngā Tirohanga Whānui

Year 2

(a)
TECE 205 Negotiated Curriculum: The Multiple Languages of Children
(b)
TECM 201 Te Reo me ngā Āhuatanga Māori 2
(c)
TEDU 201 Teaching, Learning and Assessment
(d)
TEDU 206 Inclusive Education in Early Childhood /Te Aōturoa Tātaki
(e)
TEPI 205 Professional Responsibilities and Relationships/Ngā Tirohanga Whānui
(f)
TEPI 206 The Teacher's Role in Numeracy and Literacy/ Ngā Tirohanga Whānui
(g)
TEPI 230 Informing Teaching and Learning through Community Engagement
(h)
TEPP 206 Professional Practice 4: Focus on Numeracy and Literacy

Year 3

(a)
TECM 301 Te Reo me ngā Āhuatanga Māori 3
(b)
TEDU 301 Inclusive and Special Education
(c)
TEDU 305 Discovering Early Years Education
(d)
TEPI 305 The Teacher's Role in Learning and Assessment/Ngā Tirohanga Whānui
(e)
TEPI 306 The Pedagogical Threads of Teaching/Te Umanga Ako - Tuia!
(f)
TEPP 305 Professional Practice 5: Assessment and Planning
(g)
TEPP 306 Professional Practice 6: Pedagogical Threads

Optional courses

At least one of:
  • TECP 315 Language, Culture and Identity: Enhancing Educational Experiences and Outcomes for Diverse Learners
  • TECP 316 Te Ao Māori/Mātauranga Māori: Teaching and Learning from Māori Worldviews
  • TECP 317 Digital Technologies and e-Learning for Transformative Education
  • TECP 318 Research and Inquiry in Action
  • TECP 319 Sustainability and Social Justice
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    To discuss the requirements for your programme of study
    contact a Student Advisor (Liaison website).
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    refer to the Blue Book (UC staff only) and contact
    your College Academic Manager or
    Academic Services Group
    Phone: +64 3 369 3971 (ext 93971)
    Email: andrew.bainbridge-smith@canterbury.ac.nz
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