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A curriculum for excellence: progress and proposals

Publisher
Scottish Executive Education Department
Disciplines
  • Education

Abstract

A Curriculum for Excellence: Progress and Proposals > > RESPONSIBLE CITIZENS EFFECTIVE CONTRIBUTORS CONFIDENT INDIVIDUALS SUCCESSFUL LEARNERS a curriculum for excellence progress and proposals Scottish Executive, Edinburgh 2006 a curriculum for excellence progress and proposals a paper from the Curriculum Review Programme Board Who Is This For? All Educators What Is This For? Professional Reflection © Crown copyright 2006 ISBN: 0 7559 5012 7 Scottish Executive St Andrew’s House Edinburgh EH1 3DG Produced for the Scottish Executive by Astron B45796 03-06 Published by the Scottish Executive, March 2006 Further copies are available from Blackwell’s Bookshop 53 South Bridge Edinburgh EH1 1YS The text pages of this document are printed on recycled paper and are 100% recyclable > >EFFECTIVE CONTRIBUTORSRESPONSIBLE CITIZENS foreword 1 introduction 3 progress so far 4 the approach to change 4 engagement 5 review 6 skills for work courses 7 main messages from the process so far 8 proposals: looking at the curriculum differently 9 the ethos and life of the school as a community 10 curriculum areas and subjects 10 interdisciplinary projects and studies 10 opportunities for personal achievement 11 the child’s journey through the curriculum 12 progression 12 curriculum for excellence achievement framework 13 how learning is organised: curriculum areas 14 making choices in learning 15 learning and teaching 16 assessment, achievement and qualifications 17 contents > CONTENTS iii SUCCESSFUL LEARNERS CONFIDENT INDIVIDUALS what might be different? 19 early years 19 primary 19 secondary 20 implications 21 the role of the teacher 21 leadership 21 guidance for teachers 22 improvement framework 22 next steps 23 engagement 23 reviewing the curriculum 24 tentative timeline 25 appendix 1 26 the work of the early review groups 26 strategies for simplification and prioritisation 27

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