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    discussing the emergence of the National Curriculum for England, and how reforms have led to its evolution into the present framework. I will also be looking at current theories of teaching and learning, and how the National Curriculum 2014 for science reflects these. I will consider how the curriculum document structures how teachers should teach, and also what types of learning theories and teaching approaches might support the teacher in delivering the curriculum. The first part of this assignment

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    Essay on The Australian National Curriculum

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    A National Curriculum has been of some importance within the Australian Governments for some time. Previous national planned curriculums have been developed and failed a number of times. The Australian Governments with the guidance of the Melbourne Declaration on Educational Goals for Young Australians have developed ‘The Australian Curriculum’; A planned national curriculum from Foundation to Year 12 covering a variety of learning areas or subjects catering for Diversity, Differences and the needs

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    5.8 National Curriculum Study A study conducted in 2003 by Ofsted that involved England, Denmark and Finland, showed England’s national curriculum compared to the other two countries was: • Very defined and centralised. • More was expected of six- year- olds. • Less attention was given to the needs and development of the child. • Teachers used more closed answer questions. • Parents had concerns regarding changes in the curriculum from reception class to year one. Furthermore, they highlighted

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    become an established and important feature in Australian and English school programs. At one level physical education has enjoyed considerable political support, acquired support from athletes and secured a place on Australia and England's national curriculum. However on another level physical education has been the subject of crisis meetings in Australia, on the verge of being wiped out in later secondary school education in England and had numerous reviews. So why is physical education important

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    National Curriculum

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    Diagnostic Written Task: The National Curriculum According to Directgov (2012), “the National Curriculum is a framework used by all the maintained schools to ensure that teaching and learning is balanced and consistent.” The National Curriculum is thought by many to be complex and unclear. However, it is at the heart of the education system in England. This is noted by Baumann et al (1997) and Kyriacou (2009) who document that the basis for the National Curriculum was established in the Education

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    National Curriculum

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    Diagnostic Written Task: The National Curriculum According to Directgov (2012), “the National Curriculum is a framework used by all the maintained schools to ensure that teaching and learning is balanced and consistent.” The National Curriculum is thought by many to be complex and unclear. However, it is at the heart of the education system in England. This is noted by Baumann et al (1997) and Kyriacou (2009) who document that the basis for the National Curriculum was established in the Education

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    Physical Education foundation What impact has the 2008 National Curriculum for Physical Education, had in schools? How well does it equip children to want to take part in physical activity outside of school hours? What impact has the 2008 National Curriculum for Physical Education, had in schools? How well does it equip children to want to take part in physical activity outside of school hours? Physical education is a vital part of education in schools and has changed significantly over

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    Same National Curriculum

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    there should be a same curriculum nation wide, for all students until they enter college has been a long standing one. I strongly believe that same national curriculum for all students would be detrimental to their education, to say the least. This step would not only inhibit creativity at a national scale and create the same kind of adult populace but to decide upon a collective curriculum would be almost impossible for any nation. The most critical problem that same curriculum would result into, is

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    tdevelop spoken language. “The national curriculum for mathematics reflects the importance of spoken language in pupils’ development across the whole curriculum cognitively, socially and linguistically” (NC, 2014). Pupils are assisted to employ mathematical vocabulary, rapidly, through communication, by presenting mathematical justification, arguments, proofs as well as discussion. (NC, KS3). The new grading system will provide a greater stretch for highest performers which they will be more prepared

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    National Curriculum Paper

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    Undeniably, the implementation of a national curriculum will have a significant impact on the Australian education system. Therefore, my understanding of this educational reform and the contention arising from this national curriculum will form the basis of this paper. The paper will also discuss how I will navigate the implemented policies while remaining authentic in my teaching values and practices. Moreover, this will be done by establishing my understanding of the curriculum in the educational context

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