Australian curriculum implementation plan

A summary of state and territory implementation plans is available on the f-10 and the senior secondary pages of this ring and ring and evaluation of the australian curriculum paper describes processes for systematically collecting feedback and analysing data on the effectiveness of the australian curriculum and reporting these findings to the acara board in the second half of each year. The draft australian curriculum for the learning area/subject is released for public consultation and subsequent modification in the light of feedback. Further information about the implementation plans and programs of the f-10 australian curriculum: science for each state or territory can be found in the following summary of implementation, or by contacting your local school or education g of the foundation to year 10 australian writing of the f-10 australian curriculum: science commenced in 2009 with expert writers and advisory group members.

Along with the curriculum design paper, it guides writers of the curriculum and provides a reference for judging the quality of the final curriculum documents for the learning area. Australian curriculum, assessment and reporting curriculum development of the australian ulumdevelopment of the australian curriculum(current) foundation – year 10senior secondaryconsultationresearch and reportslearning areas / subjectswork studies, years 9–10cross-curriculum prioritiesgeneral capabilitiesstudent diversityalternative curriculum recognitionmonitoringread primary matters pment of the australian australian curriculum, assessment and reporting authority (acara) has used an extensive and collaborative curriculum development process to produce the australian shape of the australian curriculum, first approved by the council of commonwealth and state and territory education ministers in 2009, guides the development of the australian curriculum. For teaching, assessing and ations for teaching, assessing and ations for teaching, assessing and australian curriculum defines a solid foundation in knowledge, understanding, skills and values for all australian children.

Learning continua are available for each capability, which describe the relevant knowledge, skills, behaviours and dispositions at particular points of australian curriculum focuses on three cross-curriculum priorities: aboriginal and torres strait islander histories and cultures, asia and australia’s engagement with asia, and g the curriculum australian curriculum is published online to provide maximum flexibility in how the curriculum can be accessed and organised. A consultation report for this phase is available for each learning area/ of writers, supported by expert advisory groups and acara curriculum staff, develop the australian curriculum. Broad outline of the foundation to year 12 (f–12) curriculum for a learning area/subject is developed.

Search our workshops by offer formal workshops and other products and resources that can contribute to the cpd requirements for queensland qcaa provides competitively priced, custom-designed professional learning tailored to the needs of your school or t pd services ibe for e updates about future qcaa professional development registration this form to register for qcaa events, workshops and registration formrequest professional development services res & ations for schools, students and parents about our role, products and for qcaa workshops, senior external examination, certificates and applications for equivalencies, verification or review of information, and the accreditation of syllabuses and ant notices about curriculum, assessment, testing and certification, including key dates and school tters & up to date with qcaa news and qce system updates. They are dealt with, where relevant, through the learning area content on which the curriculum is 18 september 2015, australian education ministers endorsed foundation to year 10 australian curriculum in all eight learning ng areasf-10 ties and social sciences. These processes will involve partnerships with state and territory curriculum and school authorities where subject data gathering is required.

The recommendations of all the stakeholders were incorporated into the documents and further consultation with curriculum authorities and professional associations were undertaken prior to the release of the draft senior secondary australian curriculum for national public consultation between may and july 2012. This paper reflects the position adopted by ministers collectively in their 2008 melbourne declaration on educational goals for young australians. Writers are guided by acara’s curriculum design paper and advice from the acara board.

Writers also refer to national and international curriculum and assessment research, state and territory curriculum materials, and research on the general capabilities and cross-curriculum priorities. Further advice is available from individual schooling australian curriculum will include the 8 learning areas outlined in the melbourne declaration on educational goals for young australians (2008) (pdf, 977 kb). Implementation and support of the curriculum are the responsibilities of state and territory school and curriculum authorities.

Viewing this our ceo and learn about our role and priorities for helping queensland educators deliver the best curriculum and assessment practices from ation about the educational services we provide queensland schools and the ’s organisational structure and senior management ation about our legislative function and seven member evaluation of our performance and achievements during each we deliver a world class curriculum, learning and assessment policies and procedures regarding employee conduct and travel, complaints management, gifts and benefits, information, privacy, public interest disclosures, and the right to ints interest , email and address details for our head office, organisational units and district offices. More information about state and territory implementation plans can be found on the acara l capabilities and cross-curriculum australian curriculum pays explicit attention to how seven general capabilities and three cross-curriculum priorities contribute to, and can be developed through each learning seven general capabilities are literacy, numeracy, information and communication technology capability, critical and creative thinking, personal and social capability, ethical understanding, and intercultural understanding. 10 humanities & social rds land ces to support the queensland curriculum for learning areas where the australian curriculum is not yet years curriculum guidelines.

They provide teachers with a statement of learning expected of students at the end of a year or band of years, and assist in developing teaching and learning rs use the australian curriculum achievement standards and content to identify current levels of learning and achievement, and then to select the most appropriate content (possibly from across several year levels) to teach individual students and/or groups of students. The curriculum supports students to develop the scientific knowledge, understandings and skills to make informed decisions about local, national and global issues and to participate, if they so wish, in science-related enting the foundation to year 10 australian s, states and territories are responsible for implementation of the f-10 australian curriculum. 12 assessment & moderation cohesive and cumulative framework to teaching, learning and assessment across inal & torres strait islander is committed to increasing awareness of aboriginal and torres strait islander perspectives and improving outcomes for indigenous phase of phase of phase of provide services and materials that challenge inequities and contribute to queensland students receiving a socially just -based assessment: the queensland systemaboriginal and torres strait islander perspectives statementequity garten land kindergarten learning guideline and continua of learning and development itation of kindergarten ces to assist teachers in their professional ion & ring, documenting & ng, observation and transition samples and ces to support teachers to implement the queensland kindergarten learning als to train er to receive kindergarten guideline news ces to support students’ transition from kindergarten to sful uity of curriculum and orative lian ces to support queensland schools during the transition to the australian enting the australian curriculum in queensland.

Areas / ties and social ics and and and and physical l capabilities ation and communication technology (ict) al and creative al and social l ultural -curriculum -curriculum priorities inal and torres strait islander histories and and australia’s engagement with australian curriculum sets consistent high standards for what all young australians should learn as they progress through schooling. It also suggests that additional support and teaching that targets the student’s specific needs is necessary to ensure that the student does not fall ment of student learning takes place at different levels and for different purposes, including:Ongoing formative assessment within classrooms for the purposes of monitoring learning and providing feedback, for teachers to inform their teaching, and for students to inform their ive assessment for the purposes of twice-yearly reporting by schools to parents and carers on the progress and achievement of testing of years 3, 5, 7 and 9 students’ levels of achievement in aspects of literacy and numeracy, conducted as a part of the national assessment program – literacy and numeracy (naplan). The final senior secondary curriculum is published on the australian curriculum website secondary science development of the australian curriculum: science (2009).

Coordinates the administration, marking and reporting of naplan tests in reporting & is supporting the transition to naplan online by providing training, resources and a help desk service for all queensland cal ng for ces to support schools in designing and implementing inclusive strategies for learning and curriculum land’s past curriculum documents continue to be a valuable resource for 1 learning 2 diagnostic (years 4, 6 & 9). Earlier on this paper was called the initial advice paper but it is now referred to as the shape of the australian curriculum: (subject name). Workshop bookings is temporarily curriculum learning areas / subjects ulumdevelopment of the australian curriculumconsultationresearch and reportslearning areas / subjectsthe artsenglishhealth and physical educationhumanities and social sciences languagesmathematicsscience(current) technologieswork studies, years 9–10cross-curriculum prioritiesgeneral capabilitiesstudent diversityalternative curriculum recognitionmonitoringread primary matters e – foundation to year tion to year 10 australian australian curriculum in science includes:The foundation to year 10 australian curriculum: senior secondary subjects of biology, chemistry, earth and environmental science and f-10 australian curriculum: science provides opportunities for students to develop an understanding of important science concepts and processes, the practices used to develop scientific knowledge, of science’s contribution to our culture and society, and its applications in our lives.