French’s Forest NSW: Pearson Education Quinn, D. (2010) Curriculum Corporation An Australian Curriculum to Promote 21st Century Learning. Retrieved on March 23, 2011, from http://www.eqa.edu.au/site/anaustraliancurriculumtopromote21stcentury.html Wiles, J. (2005). Curriculum Essentials A Resource for Educators (2nd ed.). Pearson Education
The Australian Curriculum has been... ... middle of paper ... ...ulum Construction (4th ed.). Frenchs Forest, NSW: Pearson Australia Hill, P. (2010). A national curriculum: looking forward. An Australian curriculum to promote 21st century learning. Retrieved from http://www.eqa.edu.au/site/anaustraliancurriculumtopromote21stcentury.html International Baccalaureate Organisation.
The Curriculum Content is organised into categories (strands), and are presented with descriptions to report and describe what is to be taught at each year level. Together, these descriptions form the scope and sequence across all covered years of schooling (Foundation to Year Ten). The areas of study covered in each year build upon the previou... ... middle of paper ... ...ost-school lives. The Australian Curriculum prepares students for their roles in a family and for a career that will have the use of computers at least in some parts of the business. The Australian Curriculum prepares students for the world that they will have to face confidently, and living with their morals, values and knowledge of who they really are.
The inclusion of Indigenous cultural integrity in the curriculum would help build reconciliation (Australian Curriculum Assessment and Reporting Authority [ACARA], n. d; Australian Institute for Teaching and School Leadership [AITSL], 2017). Graden yarning circles can help bringing the practice of Indigenous protocols in classrooms. Teachers can arrange Welcome to Country and encourage students to deliver their Acknowledgement of Country (Queensland Council of Social Service [QCOSS], n.d). Linking the land and the community will teach students to build respect for the culture (Yunkaporta,
I will then inspect the status of my areas of expertise and their roles within the National Curriculum. During my teacher training, I have been lucky enough to visit a variety of educational institutions; I will draw upon these experiences as I discuss how my areas of expertise are being delivered within schools. Furthermore, I will discuss my attempts at teaching P.E. to children, utilising the skills and knowledge I have developed. De Bono (1970:18) states that ‘the purpose of thinking is to collect information and to make the best possible use of it’, I will discuss how I attempted to use De Bono’s lateral thinking approach in the classroom in combination with other thinking skills that I have been introduced to.
On the other hand, Geography involves inquiry-based learning, often using active learning to achieve a sense of place and belonging, a value for environment, and the various interconnections and interdependencies in environments (McInerney, Berg, Hutchinson, Sorensen, & Maude, 2009). It has the potential to realise students as sustainable citizens. Furthermore, Civic citizenship seeks to clarify the processes involved in student transformation from citizen to an informed, participating citizen of society. It is described in a drafted curriculum (ACARA, 2012) as doing so in orde... ... middle of paper ... ...arents' guide to the NSW K-10 Syllabuses. Retrieved from Board of Studies NSW: http://syllabus.bos.nsw.edu.au/assets/global/files/parent_k-6_guide_web.pdf Board of Studies NSW.
Inclusive Education Statement. Retrieved 7th March 2010, from http://education.qld.gov.au/studentservices/learning/docs/inclusedstatement2005.pdf Zundans, L. (2006). Policy and its impact on inclusion in Australia. The Australian Teacher Education Association Conference was held at The Esplanade Hotel, Fremantle, 5-8 July, 2006. Retrieved 8th March 2010 from Informit.
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