- — Philippa N Antipas (@AKeenReader)Thu, Apr 28 2016 08:37:07A1 because the NZC gives us the mandate to create a truly local curriculum - and can't be local w/o consulting the locals! #edchatnz
- — Cherie (@Cherie59789095)Thu, Apr 28 2016 08:38:51#edchatnz A1 NZC a framework from which relevant lrg experiences can B created w/ input from all relevant stake-holders so lrg works
- The New Zealand Curriculum states that curriculum design and review involves making decisions about how to give effect to the national curriculum in ways that best address the needs, interests, and circumstances of the school’s students and community.
Curriculum design and review requires a clear understanding of the intentions of the NZC and of the values and expectations of the community.
- It gives schools the scope, flexibility, and authority they need to design and shape their curriculum so that teaching and learning is meaningful and beneficial to their particular communities of students. p 37, NZC
- — Maurie Abraham (@maurieabraham)Thu, Apr 28 2016 08:40:46A1 learning needs to be located in a context to give it relevance what better than where the learners live #edchatNZ
- — Mark McGuire (@mark_mcguire)Thu, Apr 28 2016 08:40:25
- — rachelrichmond (@rachel7richmond)Thu, Apr 28 2016 08:39:58A1 #edchatNZ because one size fits all doesn't work - each community is different, needs are different, wants are different
- School story
- Questions / Calls for action
- — nzcurriculum (@nzcurriculum)Tue, May 17 2016 03:30:20In what ways do you work with your community to learn about their aspirations, values, and ideas for teaching and learning?
Why engage with the community when designing curriculum?