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Sport Psychology (PSYC90108) // Dates and times

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Dates & times

  • Term 2 - Online
    Principal coordinatorSonya Jean Moore
    Mode of deliveryOnline
    Contact hours
    Total time commitment140 hours
    Pre teaching start date22 April 2019
    Pre teaching requirementsThere is a one week pre-teaching period during which students can choose to: View a video presentation of an overview of the subject, assessment requirements and student expectations Engage with discussion board to meet their tutors and colleagues enrolled in the program Become familiar with the library by completing a small task that requires navigation of library resources and Complete one online task that will familiarise them with online learning requirements. This task can involve a quick quiz, reading a newspaper piece on a contemporary debate or reading a seminar paper on the subject. These activities serve to familiarise the students with the online learning environment and prepare the students for commencing in their learning fully informed about the requirements of the subject.
    Teaching period29 April 2019 to 23 June 2019
    Last self-enrol date23 April 2019
    Census date17 May 2019
    Last date to withdraw without fail 7 June 2019
    Assessment period ends30 June 2019

    Term 2 contact information

    Melbourne School of Professional and Continuing Education Email:continuing-education@unimelb.edu.au Phone: + 61 3 8344 0149 Monday to Friday 8am to 9pm AEST/AEDT. Weekends and University of Melbourne observed Public Holidays 10am to 5pm AEST/AEDT.

Time commitment details

Approximately 140 hours, (9 weeks x 12 hrs + 32 contact hrs). The final assessment task will be submitted at the end of week 9. Students will be expected to complete independent learning activity equivalent to approximately 12 hours a week over the 9 weeks.

Additional delivery details

There is a one week pre-teaching period during which students can choose to:

  1. View a video presentation of an overview of the subject, assessment requirements and student expectations
  2. Engage with discussion board to meet their tutors and colleagues enrolled in the program
  3. Become familiar with the library by completing a small task that requires navigation of library resources and
  4. Complete one online task that will familiarise them with online learning requirements. This task can involve a quick quiz, reading a newspaper piece on a contemporary debate or reading a seminar paper on the subject.

These activities serve to familiarise the students with the online learning environment and prepare the students for commencing in their learning fully informed about the requirements of the subject.

Last updated: 9 October 2019