Week 11

Ed Foundations


CPP 1


CPP 2


ELPC G1 (Grad Dips only)


IconBooks.PNGFurther reading: Risk management, IP, copyright

This reading is not compulsory. It is provided for extension only. Many, but not all, of these resources are available on E-reserve for this unit.

de Zwart, M., Lindsay, D., Henderson, M., & Phillips. M. (2011). Teenagers, legal risks and social networking sites. Faculty of Education, Monash University, Melbourne. Available at http://newmediaresearch.educ.monash.edu.au/moodle/course/view.php?id=37. Accessed 13 October 2011.

Education Review. (2011). Pirates in the playground. Education Review, 8 February 2011. Available at http://www.educationreview.com.au/pages/section/article.php?s=Technology&idArticle=19841. Accessed 24 October 2011.

Electronic Frontier Foundation. (n.d.). Legal guide for bloggers. Available at https://www.eff.org/issues/bloggers/legal. Accessed 26 October 2011.

JISC infoNet. (2011). Infokit: Risk management. Available at http://www.jiscinfonet.ac.uk/InfoKits/risk-management/index_html. Accessed 26 October 2011.

University of Edinburgh. (2007). Guidelines for using external Web 2.0 services. Available at https://www.wiki.ed.ac.uk/display/Web2wiki/Web+2.0+Guidelines. Accessed 26 October 2011.voice


Week 10

Ed Foundations


CPP 1

Required Reading
  • Text (Churchill) Chapter 12 and Chapter 7 (you have read already).

Further Reading
  • Killen, R. 2005. Programming and Assessment for Quality Teaching and Learning
  • Hattie, J. 2009. Visible Learning: A synthesis of over 800 Meta-Analyses elating to Achievement. London: Routledge.
  • Hattie, J. & Timperley, H. (2007) The Power of Feedback. Review of Educational Research. March 2007, Vol. 77, No. 1, pp. 81–112. (it's in the CPP3 folder as we'll use it next semester)

CPP 2

As always, I encourage you to read what you think is going to be most useful to you. This could be from the e-Reserve, or from elsewhere. (You'll see from the Assignment 2 rubric that one of the criteria is that you demonstrate that you have read beyond the basics.Assignment2Rubric2012.pdf)

However, to get the most out of the tutorials this week, there are some readings I'd like you to do before the tutorial.
  1. A paper written by two of last year's students (Libby and Hannah) and me, about their experiences of the Dip Ed. Doubt and disillusion as a stage in becoming a teacher Doubt & disillusion.pdf
  2. Courtney's blog post How to rescue an English lesson ... (Many of you have read this already. You might like to refresh your memory before the tutorial.)
  3. Aaron's blog post The Kingma take on interdisciplinary literacy
  4. My blog post Fear, drive my feet

ELPC G1 (Grad Dips only)

IconBooks.PNGFurther reading: Effective ICT integration
This reading is not compulsory. It is provided for extension only. Many, but not all, of these resources are available on E-reserve for this unit.

Fitzgerald, R., & Steele, J. (2008). Digital Learning Communities (DLC): Investigating the application of social software to support networked learning. Report. Available at http://eprints.qut.edu.au/18476/. Accessed 13 October 2011.

Richardson, W. (2006). Blogs, Wikis, Podcasts, and Other Powerful Web Tools for Classrooms. Thousand Oaks, CA: Corwin Press.

Williamson, B., & Payton, S. (2009). Curriculum and teaching innovation. Transforming classroom practice and personalisation. A Futurelab handbook. Available at http://www.futurelab.org.uk/resources/curriculum-and-teaching-innovation-handbook. Accessed 1 November 2011.


IconBooks.PNGFurther reading: Risk management, IP, copyright
This reading is not compulsory. It is provided for extension only. Many, but not all, of these resources are available on E-reserve for this unit.

de Zwart, M., Lindsay, D., Henderson, M., & Phillips. M. (2011). Teenagers, legal risks and social networking sites. Faculty of Education, Monash University, Melbourne. Available at http://newmediaresearch.educ.monash.edu.au/moodle/course/view.php?id=37. Accessed 13 October 2011.

Education Review. (2011). Pirates in the playground. Education Review, 8 February 2011. Available at http://www.educationreview.com.au/pages/section/article.php?s=Technology&idArticle=19841. Accessed 24 October 2011.

Electronic Frontier Foundation. (n.d.). Legal guide for bloggers. Available at https://www.eff.org/issues/bloggers/legal. Accessed 26 October 2011.

JISC infoNet. (2011). Infokit: Risk management. Available at http://www.jiscinfonet.ac.uk/InfoKits/risk-management/index_html. Accessed 26 October 2011.

University of Edinburgh. (2007). Guidelines for using external Web 2.0 services. Available at https://www.wiki.ed.ac.uk/display/Web2wiki/Web+2.0+Guidelines. Accessed 26 October 2011.voice


Week 9

Ed Foundations



CPP 1

Required Reading

Further Reading
  • Hayes, D., Johnston, K. & King, A. (2009) ‘Creating enabling classroom practices in high poverty contexts: the disruptive possibilities of looking in classrooms’, Pedagogy, Culture & Society, 17: 3, 251 – 264.
  • McConaghy , C (2008) ‘Situating Pedagogies: Rural Pedagogy as Social Action’ in B. Green (2008) Spaces & places : the NSW Rural (Teacher) Education Project. Wagga Wagga, Centre for Information Studies, Charles Sturt University.
  • Mills et al (2009) ‘Productive Pedagogies: A redefined methodology for Analysing Quality Teacher Practice’ The Australian Educational Researcher. Vol 36 No.3 Dec 2009. Pp67-
  • A number of the ideas I'll touch upon are mentioned in a couple of old papers of mine


CPP 2



ELPC G1 (Grad Dips only)

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Essential reading
Shariff, S. (2008). Chapter 5. Controlling kids' spaces. In Cyber-bullying. Issues and solutions for the school, the classroom and the home. London: Routledge.
This resource is available on E-Reserve for this unit. This is a very important resource. You should make the time to read the whole thing. It is in the 'Essential' folder in e-Reserve. View the Shariff study guide

Juvonen, Jaana and Elisheva F Gross. 2008. Extending the School Grounds? Bullying Experiences in Cyberspace. The Journal of School Health. Sep 2008, vol. 78, Iss 9, Research Library pg. 496.
This resource is available on E-Reserve for this unit.
View the Juvonen and Gross study guide


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Further reading: Cybersafety and cyberbullying
This reading is not compulsory. It is provided for extension only. Many, but not all, of these resources are available on E-reserve for this unit.

Byron, T. (2008). Safer children in a digital world. The report of the Byron Review. Available at http://www.education.gov.uk/ukccis/about/a0076277/the-byron-reviews. Accessed 1 November 2011.

de Zwart, M., Lindsay, D., Henderson, M., & Phillips. M. (2011). Teenagers, legal risks and social networking sites. Faculty of Education, Monash University, Melbourne. Available at http://newmediaresearch.educ.monash.edu.au/moodle/course/view.php?id=37. Accessed 13 October 2011.

Hinduja, S., & Patchin, J. (2010). Cyberbullying prevention, and response. Cyberbullying Research Centre. Available at http://www.cyberbullying.us/resources.php. Accessed 18 October 2011.

Juvonen, J., & Gross, E. F. (2008). Extending the school grounds? Bullying experiences in cyberspace. The Journal of School Health 78 (9), 496 – 505.

Shariff, S. (2008). Cyber-bullying. Issues and solutions for the school, the classroom and the home. London: Routledge.

IconBooks.PNGFurther reading: Visual media
This reading is not compulsory. It is provided for extension only. Many, but not all, of these resources are available on E-reserve for this unit.

Connolly, S. (2011). The New Addington primary schools animation project: Using animation to build community relationships between schools. Journal of Assistive Technologies 5 (1), 37 – 9.

Davies, J. (2007). Display, identity and the everyday: Self-presentation through online image sharing. Studies in the Cultural Politics of Education 28 (4), 549-564.

Levin, S. (2010). Student created videos. Teaching copyright and media literacy through student-produced documentaries. Knowledge Quest 38 (4), 52 – 55.

Lindgren, S. (2011). YouTube gunmen? Mapping participatory media discourse on school shooting videos. Media, Culture & Society 33 (1), 123 – 136.

Mullen, R., & Wedwick, L. (2008). Avoiding the digital abyss: Getting started in the classroom with YouTube, digital stories, and blogs. Clearing House: A Journal of Educational Strategies, Issues and Ideas 82 (2), 66 – 69.

Nov, O., Naaman, M., & Ye, C. (2010). Analysis of participation in an online photo-sharing community: A multidimensional perspective. Journal of the American Society for Information Science and Technology 61 (3), 555 – 566.

Rule, L. (2010). Digital storytelling: Never has storytelling been so easy or so powerful. Knowledge Quest 38 (4), 56 – 57.

IconBooks.PNGFurther reading: Educational games and avatars
This reading is not compulsory. It is provided for extension only. Many, but not all, of these resources are available on E-reserve for this unit.

Habgood, M. P. J., & Ainsworth, S. E. (2011). Motivating children to learn effectively: Exploring the value of intrinsic integration in educational games. Journal of the Learning Sciences 20 (2), 169 – 206.

Hew, K. F., & Cheung, W. S. (2010). Use of three-dimensional (3-D) immersive virtual worlds in K-12 and higher education settings: A review of the research. British Journal of Educational Technology 41 (1), 33 – 55.

Mallan, K. M., Foth, M., Greenaway, R., & Young, G. T. (2010). Serious playground: using Second Life to engage high school students in urban planning. Journal of Learning, Media and Technology 35 (2), 203 – 225.

Ulicsak, M., & Williamson, B. (2010). Computer games and learning. A Futurelab handbook. Available at http://www.futurelab.org.uk/resources/computer-games-and-learning-handbook. Accessed 1 November 2011.



Week 7

Ed Foundations



CPP 1

Required Reading

Further Reading


CPP 2


In the readings and tasks for this week, I invite you to explore the thinking of Alfie Kohn, author of the book Beyond Discipline: From Compliance to Community, or the related readings on ideas around restorative justice
  1. Charles (2005) in e-Reserve, pp 84-89 on Alfie Kohn’s ideas
  2. An audio interview with Alfie Kohn on classroom management
  3. Alfie Kohn’s website
  4. Charles 2008 ‘Discipline through self-restitution and moral intelligence’
  5. Chmelynski 2008 ‘Restorative Justice for Discipline with Respect’
  6. Lane 2005/6 ‘The Building of Relationships through Restorative Practices’

N.B. Note I’m inviting you to ‘explore the thinking’. I’m not encouraging you to critique the thinking. Too often, I think, we jump to premature judgment. We allow our assumptions about what will work to filter out evidence about what actually works. Explore his thinking. Allow it in.
Also notice that I’m not directing you to read or listen to any of these. You may have already chosen your readings for this week for CPP 2, and I encourage you to choose readings that help you explore the classroom management approaches that are interesting you.



ELPC G1 (Grad Dips only)

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Further reading: Wikis
This reading is not compulsory. It is provided for extension only. Many, but not all, of these resources are available on E-reserve for this unit.

Andes, L., & Claggett, E. (2011). Wiki writers: students and teachers making connections across communities. The Reading Teacher 64 (5), 345 – 350.

Davies, J. (2004). Wiki brainstorming and problems with wiki. MSc Project submitted September 2004. Available at http://www.jonathan-davies.co.uk/portfolio/wiki.php. Accessed 13 October 2011.

Huvila, I. (2010). Where does the information come from? Information source use patterns in Wikipedia. Information Research 15 (3). Available at http://informationr.net/ir/15-3/paper433.html. Accessed 3 November 2011.

Glassman, M., & Kan, M. J. (2011). The logic of wikis: The possibilities of the Web 2.0 classroom. Computer-Supported Collaborative Learning 6 (1), 93 – 112.

Schillinger, T. (2011). Blurring boundaries: Two groups of girls collaborate on a wiki. Journal of Adolescent and Adult Literacy 54 (6), 403 – 413.

Woo, M., Chu, S., Ho, A., & Li, X . (2011). Using a wiki to scaffold primary-school students’ collaborative writing. Journal of Educational Technology & Society 14 (1), 43 – 54.

Zammit, K. (2010). Working with wikis: Collaborative writing in the 21st century. Key Competencies in the Knowledge Society. In Reynolds, N., & Turcsányi-Szabó, M. (eds) Advances in Information and Communication Technology, held as Part of WCC 2010, Brisbane, Australia, September 20-23, 2010. Proceedings, Vol. 324, 447 – 455.


Week 6


Ed Foundations



CPP 1

Required Reading
  • None - catch your breath and let it all consolidate.

Further Reading

CPP 2




ELPC G1 (Grad Dips only)

Essential. Yep.

Extension
IconBooks.PNGFurther reading: Digital divide and digital participation
This reading is not compulsory. It is provided for extension only. Many, but not all, of these resources are available on E-reserve for this unit.

Grant, L. (2007). Learning to be part of the knowledge economy: digital divides and media literacy. Available at http://www2.futurelab.org.uk/resources/publications-reports-articles/discussion-papers/Discussion-Paper816. Accessed 13 October 2011.

Green, H., & Hannon, C. (2007). Their space. Education for a digital generation. Available at http://www.demos.co.uk/publications/theirspace. Accessed 21 October 2008. pp 59 – 60.

Hague, C., & Williamson, B. (2009). Digital participation, digital literacy, and school subjects. A review of the policies, literature and evidence. Available at http://archive.futurelab.org.uk/projects/digital-participation. Accessed 13 October 2011.

Jenkins, H. (2006). Confronting the challenges of participatory culture. Media education for the 21st Century. Available at http://www.nwp.org/cs/public/print/resource/2713. Accessed 13 October 2011.

Walker, L., & Logan, A. (2009). Using digital technologies to promote inclusive practices in education. Futurelab handbook. Available at http://archive.futurelab.org.uk/resources/publications-reports-articles/handbooks/Handbook1248. Accessed 13 October 2011.

IconBooks.PNGFurther reading: Mobile learning
This reading is not compulsory. It is provided for extension only. Many, but not all, of these resources are available on E-reserve for this unit.

Chiong, C., & Shuler, C. (2010). Learning: Is there an app for that? Investigations of young children’s usage and learning with mobile devices and apps. New York: The Joan Ganz Cooney Center at Sesame Workshop. Available at http://www.joanganzcooneycenter.org/Reports-27.html. Accessed 13 October 2011.

DEECD. (2011). In their hands. Getting started. Classroom ideas for learning with the iPad resource booklet for schools. Department of Education and Early Childhood Development, State of Victoria. Available at http://www.ipadsforeducation.vic.edu.au/userfiles/files/ipads_for_learning_21Steps.pdf. Accessed 13 October 2011.

IconBooks.PNGFurther reading: Podcasting
This reading is not compulsory. It is provided for extension only. Many, but not all, of these resources are available on E-reserve for this unit.

Mathison, C., & Billings, E. (2010). The effect of primary language podcasts on third grade English language learners’ performance in English-only science education contexts. Electronic Journal of Literacy Through Science 9, 1 – 30.

Shamburg, C. (2009). Student-Powered Podcasting. Teaching for 21st century literacy. Washington, DC: International Society for Technology in Education (ISTE).

Smythe, S., & Neufeld, P. (2010). ‘Podcast Time’: Negotiating digital literacies and communities of learning in a middle years ELL classroom. Journal of Adolescent & Adult Literacy 53 (6), 488 – 496.

Sawmiller, A. (2010). Classroom blogging: What is the role in science learning? The Clearing House 83, 44 – 48.



Week 5

Ed Foundations



CPP 1

Required Reading

Further Reading
  • Shulman, L. 1986, ‘Those who Understand: Knowledge Growth in Teaching’ Educational Researcher 15: 4 , 4‐14 (e-reserve)
  • Mishra, P., & Koehler, M. J. (2006). Technological Pedagogical Content Knowledge: A new framework for teacher knowledge. Teachers College Record. 108(6), 1017‐1054. (e-reserve)
  • Hayes, D., Mills, M., Christie, P. & Lingard, B. (2006) Teachers and Schooling making a Difference. Crows Nest, Allen & Unwin.
  • Lingard, B., Hayes, D., Mills, M., & Christie, P. (2003). Leading learning: Making hope practical in schools. Maidenhead: Open University Press.
  • The AITSL Standards

CPP 2



ELPC G1


IconBooks.PNGFurther reading: Productivity tools
This reading is not compulsory. It is provided for extension only. Many, but not all, of these resources are available on E-reserve for this unit.

Benz, A. (2010). Writing a book with students, using Google Docs as shared learning environment: an experience. In International Journal of Innovation in Education 1 (2), 139 – 147.

Blau, I., & Caspi, A. (2009). What type of collaboration helps? Psychological ownership, perceived learning and outcome quality of collaboration using Google Docs. In Eshet-Alkalai, Y., Caspi, A., Eden, S., Geri, N., & Yair, Y. (eds), Proceedings of the Chais conference on instructional technologies research 2009: Learning in the technological era. Raanana: The Open University of Israel. Available at http://telem-pub.openu.ac.il/users/chais/2009/noon/1_1.pdf. Accessed 13 October 2011.

Kaimuloa Bates, B. (2011). Using Google Apps in professional learning communities. PowerPoint presented at the Technology, Colleges and Community Worldwide Online Conference, April 14, 2011. Available at http://scholarspace.manoa.hawaii.edu/bitstream/handle/10125/19960/etec_kaimuloabates.pdf?sequence=1. Accessed 13 October 2011.

IconBooks.PNGFurther reading: Blogs
This reading is not compulsory. It is provided for extension only. Many, but not all, of these resources are available on E-reserve for this unit.

Byington, T. A. (2011). Communities of practice: Using blogs to increase collaboration. Intervention in School and Clinic 46 (5), 280 – 291.

Laia, H., & Chenc, C. (2011). Factors influencing secondary school teachers’ adoption of teaching blogs. Computers & Education 56 (4), 948 – 960.

Lankshear, C., & Knobel, M. (2006). Blogging as participation: The active sociality of a new literacy. Paper presented to the American Educational Research Association, San Francisco, US. April 11, 2006. Available at http://citeseerx.ist.psu.edu/viewdoc/download?doi=10.1.1.135.3944&rep=rep1&type=pdf. Accessed 13 October 2011.

McGrail, E., & Davis, A. (2011). influence of classroom blogging on elementary student writing. Journal of Research in Childhood Education 25 (4), 415 – 437.

Sawmiller, A. (2010). Classroom blogging: What is the role in science learning? The Clearing House 83, 44 – 48.

IconBooks.PNGFurther reading: Social networking
This reading is not compulsory. It is provided for extension only. Many, but not all, of these resources are available on E-reserve for this unit.

Beach, R., & Doerr-Stevens, C. (2011). Using social networking for online Role-plays to develop students’ argumentative strategies. Journal of Educational Computing Research 45 (2), 165 – 181.

Collin, P., Rahilly, K., Richardson, I., & Third, A. (2011). Benefits of social networking services. Cooperative Research Centre for Young People, Technology and Wellbeing, Melbourne. Available at http://www.inspire.org.au/wp-content/uploads/2011/03/FINAL_The_Benefits_of_Social_Networking_Services_Lit_Review.pdf. Accessed 13 October 2011.

de Zwart, M., Lindsay, D., Henderson, M., & Phillips. M. (2011). Teenagers, legal risks and social networking sites. Faculty of Education, Monash University, Melbourne. Available at http://newmediaresearch.educ.monash.edu.au/moodle/course/view.php?id=37. Accessed 13 October 2011.

Moayeri, M. (2010). Classroom uses of social network sites: Traditional practices or new literacies? Digital Culture & Education 2 (1), 25 – 43. Available at http://www.digitalcultureandeducation.com/uncategorized/dce1029_moayeri_refs_2010/. Accessed 2 September 2011.

Sieber, D. E. (2010). Teaching with social networks: Establishing a social contract. ECAR Research Bulletin 10. Boulder, CO: EDUCAUSE Center for Applied Research. Available at http://www.educause.edu/ecar. Accessed 2 September 2011.

Waddington, J. (2011). Social networking: The unharnessed educational tool. Undergraduate Research Journal at UCCS 4 (1). May 2011. Available at http://ojs.uccs.edu/index.php/urj/article/viewArticle/113. Accessed 2 September 2011.


Week 4

Ed Foundations



CPP 1

Required Reading
  • Churchill (text) Chapter 7
  • Your relevant Syllabus Document/s (based on the CPP1 KLA)

Further reading
  • You will find the recommend additional texts useful, in particular I recommend Wiggins, G. & McTighe, J. (2005) Understanding by Design: Expanded 2nd Edition. Hawker Brownlow Education. I will be using this model.
  • ACT planning suggestions
  • The NSW BOS has planning suggestions in the support material for each syllabus, just go to where you found your syllabus.

CPP 2

You may have reading and writing plans that you're just wanting some time for. In that case, use this week to get on with these.
However, if you'd like more guidance or some prompts, I have embedded a number of these in the online lecture.

ELPC G1

E-reserve for this unit.
StudyGuideIcon.pngEssential reading
I'd really like you to read the resources ('readings') I've assembled for this week. If you are time-poor, then focus on the the Bayne podcast and at least read the study guides to get the 'big ideas'. You may want to use these readings as a basis for your lesson planning in the tute. The resources below are available on E-reserve for this unit.

Read/listen to the following before the tute. Think about some of the questions they raise: blog, tweet, write down, whatever your thoughts.

Extension reading
IconBooks.PNGDigital literacy and new learning
This reading is not compulsory. It is provided for extension only. Many, but not all, of these resources are available on E-reserve for this unit.

Hague, C. (2010). ‘It’s not chalk and talk anymore’. School approaches to developing students’ digital literacy. Futurelab report. Available at http://www.futurelab.org.uk/resources/%E2%80%9Cit%E2%80%99s-not-chalk-and-talk-anymore%E2%80%9D-school-approaches-developing-students%E2%80%99-digital-literacy. Accessed 13 October 2011.

Hague, C., & Payton, S. (2010). Digital literacy across the curriculum. A Futurelab handbook. Available at http://archive.futurelab.org.uk/resources/publications-reports-articles/handbooks/Handbook1706. Accessed 13 October 2011.

Harrison, C. (2011). Literacy, technology and the internet: What are the challenges and opportunities for learners with reading difficulties, and how do we support them in meeting those challenges and grasping those opportunities? In Wyatt-Smith, C., Elkins, J., & Gunn, S. (eds) Multiple Perspectives on Difficulties in Learning Literacy and Numeracy. Springer Netherlands, pp 111 – 131.

Hoover, E. (2009). The Millennial muddle: How stereotyping students became a thriving industry and a bundle of contradictions. The Chronicle of Higher Education, 11 Oct 2009. Available at http://chronicle.com/article/The-Millennial-Muddle-How/48772/. Accessed 25 January 2010.

Grant, L. (2010). Connecting digital literacy between home and school. Available at http://www.futurelab.org.uk/resources/connecting-digital-literacy-between-home-and-school. Futurelab. Accessed 13 October 2011.

Payton, S., & Hague, C. (2010). Digital literacy professional development resource. Futurelab. Available at http://www.futurelab.org.uk/resources/digital-literacy-professional-development-resource. Accessed 13 October 2011.

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Mind-mapping
This reading is not compulsory. It is provided for extension only. Many, but not all, of these resources are available on E-reserve for this unit.

Burton, R., Barlow, N., & Barker, C. (2010). Using visual tools for analysis and learning. University of Huddersfield. Available at http://eprints.hud.ac.uk/7843/. Accessed 1 September 2011.

Wang, W-C., Lee, C-C. & Chu, Y-C. (2010). A brief review on developing creative thinking in young children by mind mapping. International Business Research 3 (3), 233 – 238.

IconBooks.PNGSocial bookmarking
This reading is not compulsory. It is provided for extension only. Many, but not all, of the ELPC G1 resources are available on E-reserve for this unit.

Edwards, G., & Mosley, B. F. (2011). Technology integration can be delicious: Social bookmarking as a technology integration tool. In Wankel, C. (ed.), Educating Educators with Social Media (Cutting-edge Technologies in Higher Education, Vol. 1), Emerald Group Publishing Limited, pp 207 – 225.


Week 3

Ed Foundations

Will be posted by COB, Friday, 17 Feb.

CPP 1


Further reading
  • This week we'll focus on the text chapters and the various syllabus documents discussed below.
  • If time permits have a look around the 'rationale' and 'aim' of the organisations listed below.

CPP 2

Reading suggestions (Don’t do them all! Choose what’s going to help the most.)

  1. Use the following documents to help you find useful readings: Models_of_classroom_management.jpg, Guide_to_CPP_2_resources.png and Abstracts of e-Reserve articles Sheet1.pd.
  2. Here are some articles that are particularly relevant to this week's lecture and tutorial. Babkie 2006.pdf, Charles 2008a (Canters).pdf, Charles 2002.pdf, Charles 2005.pdf, Palmer 1997.pdf. (These are also on our e-Reserve list.)
  3. Steve has been writing about CPP 2 on his blog, called Degrees of Fiction
  4. Browse around the Ning. Read other people’s Week 2-3 posts, and other stuff you find interesting or useful.

ELPC G1

This reading is not compulsory. It is provided for extension only. Many, but not all, of the ELPC G1 resources are available on E-reserve for this unit.