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EDUC3004 - Supportive Classroom Environment

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Human Movement Studies Building 26B Room 219

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EDUC3004 Supportive Classroom Environments is a class for 3rd Year Bachelor of Health, Sport and Physical Education [Hons] students on their journey to become secondary school HPE and Science teachers. This is a small class environment (approx. 45 students) where classes are delivered in an active learning style. Sue’s philosophy is to model a range of pedagogies and teaching tools that could be useful in schools. The key course content is behaviour management, questioning and feedback for learning, and working with children with special needs.

Students attend lectures, tutorials, are involved in multiple professional experience placements in schools and UQ’s Motor Active Program for children with movement difficulties. Active learning strategies (for small classes) are used in tutorials.

Sue is a qualified and experienced teacher who has taught in teacher education at UQ for many years. Her expertise is in pedagogy and Physical Education. She is also the Professional Experience Coordinator for the BHSPE (Hons) Program.


Human Movement Studies Building 26B Room 219

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