UK Key Skills 14th iEARN International Conference, Cairo, Egypt 25 July 2007. Dr Cheryl Morgan, Mary Gowers, Alison Sussex, Christine Robertson. Vision. The world has changed and we need to change what and how we educate our children. Education Goals 1931. Good Attendance
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Dr Cheryl Morgan, Mary Gowers, Alison Sussex, Christine Robertson
The world has changed and we need to change what and how we educate our children
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The mapping shows where there are opportunities to develop and assess Key Skills. The level of key skills evidenced will depend on:
The degree to which students are led/guided by the teacher
The sophistication and complexity of the tasks and topics tackled.
The sophistication and complexity of individual student’s responses to the tasks set
The nature of the materials produced as a result of the project
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