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The living curriculum

The NZC document states Pg 39:

Image of teacher and child.

Curriculum design and practice should begin with the premise that all students can learn and succeed (see the high expectations principle) and should recognise that, as all students are individuals, their learning may call for different approaches, different resourcing, and different goals (see the inclusion principle)

Responding to needs, interests, and talents of students in a variety of contexts and places.

'Classroom curriculum' is being used as a term to cover all learning environments and activities which occur both inside and outside the classroom and the school. At the heart of these is the enactment of supporting the vision of confident, connected, actively involved lifelong learners.

In this area are links to supporting material.

Learning area essence statements

Key competencies

Future focussed themes

Published on: 13 Mar 2009