Making Sense of Mass Education

Gordon Tait

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Making Sense of Mass Education

Tait, Gordon

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Gordon Tait

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EDUC106 Lecture Notes (Distinction)

Written by Laura

Lecture notes for every lecture. Topics are as follows: Week 1: Introduction; social class Week 2...

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EDUC106 Lecture Notes (Distinction)

Written by Alex

Introduction & history Inequality Coutnry Gender Race & ethnicity Governance Subjectivity & di...

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EDUC106 notes

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EDUC106 notes from lectures and some tutorials.

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EDUC106 LECTURE NOTES- HIGH DISTINCTION

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These are extremely detailed and comprehensive notes I took as I watched all the lectures. They...

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EDUC106 Notes

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These EDUC106 notes are easy to read and well organised under headings and sub-headings. There are d...

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Reviews

Boring as hell, but easy pass if you attend tutorials & stay up to date with unit guide with the mini surveys.

Anonymous, Semester 2, 2018

Boring but an easy pass - go to tutes and you will pass 100%.

Anonymous, Semester 1, 2016

Weird mix of boring and interesting. The assignments are marked a little harsh.

Anonymous, Semester 2, 2017

extremely boring and they mark quite harshly

Anonymous, Semester 2, 2017

EDUC106 I personally enjoyed a lot more than EDUC105. It addresses key issues in education in relation to the society and culture, rather than brain development. Felt that there was greater interactions in tutorials, assignment feedback was useful

Anonymous, Semester 2, 2017

Quite a breezy unit! Really good for initial understandings of sociological contexts of education.

Anonymous, Semester 2, 2015

I would describe this unit as either: a. Very interesting and captivating (especially in the lectures or topics I was dreading attending). So much so that I developed an interest and appreciation for the more philosophical and political side of education. OR b. Exactly like a year 8 history dvd lesson where the entire classroom, including the teacher, fall asleep at their desks. Waking up at the end credits, grateful for the power nap. Not sure if this helps...

Anonymous, Semester 2, 2016

Really boring but easy to pass

Anonymous, Semester 2, 2016

Tutor: Lien (She's great would love to be in her tute again) Content: Stimulating, the tute questions are easy to answer as it was asking relative questions straight from the textbook. Exam: Very easy, make sure to prac, past exams and i'm sure you'll ace it ;) Overall Note: Achieved a D by going to every tute, read every chapter of the textbook, in my opinoin the essay was more difficult than the actual exam. Goodluck! ^^

Anonymous, Semester 2, 2015

The subject is interesting but the delivery is not great. The information in lectures are presented randomly, as though in no order and to no purpose. I had to listen at double speed but it was still too slow. The views presented in the textbook, which forms the main body of readings, are very one-sided and pretends otherwise. If one has sufficient knowledge of history, one realises that many of the accounts presented to support Gordon Tait's views are inaccurate and taken out of context to support his views that gender, race, childhood, youth, etc. does not exist. While he does make fair points sometimes, he does not present the opposing view and narrows one's mind. Felt like it was not a great use of my time. Plus sides: It was easy to pass because the past year papers are 80% the same as the last few years for the 20% exam. The assignment topic was interesting and relevant to my field.

Anonymous, Semester 2, 2015