FLAGSHIP STRATEGY 1 STUDENT LEARNING Student Learning: A New Approach Victorian Essential Learning Standards Curriculum Planning Guidelines Principles of Learning and Teaching Assessment and Reporting The Knowledge Bank Curriculum Planning Guidelines
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A New Approach
Understanding the Context
What are our shared values, beliefs and understandings about what our students need to learn?
Planning and Resourcing
What are our priorities in relation to curriculum provision?
How should we organise learning time, learning spaces and students to achieve the goals and targets?
To what extent are the goals and targets for student achievement being met?
Evaluation and Review of Outcomes
What trends in student outcomes are emerging?
Components of Principle 4: Students are challenged and supported to develop deep levels of thinking and application
In learning environments that reflect this principle the teacher:
4.1 plans sequences to promote sustained learning that builds over time and emphasizes connections between ideas
4.2 promotes substantive discussion of ideas
4.3 emphasises the quality of learning with high expectations of achievement
4.4 uses strategies that challenge and support students to question and reflect
4.5 uses strategies to develop investigating and problem-solving skills
4.6 uses strategies to foster imagination and creativity
A Knowledge Sharing Resource for Victorians in Education and Training
The Knowledge Bank supports the sharing of exemplary and promising practice across the education and training sector in Victoria
It is a web-based knowledge exchange network that provides case studies of effective practice, links to education websites, current research, current events, links to DE&T initiatives and online discussion facilities
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