Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||edited by Patricia Driscoll, Andrew Lambirth and Judith Roden|
|LC Classifications||LB1556.7.G7 P75 2012|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xix, 276 p. :|
|Number of Pages||276|
|ISBN 10||1849205965, 1849205973|
|ISBN 10||9781849205962, 9781849205979|
|LC Control Number||2010941477|
The first part of the book offers a basic framework for thinking about primary curricula from the perspectives raised by these questions, whilst the second part presents a range of international views on the primary curriculum from Australia, New Zealand, South-East Asia, Europe and the USA. The book: explores the nature of the creative mind. investigates the role of play and the concept of creativity. examines appropriate continuing professional development for teachers. looks at the personal and professional identities of teachers. considers ways Cited by: In September , primary schools in England will be expected to adopt a new national curriculum. There is good time to prepare. At this point of curriculum change and development in England's schools, the contributors offer their considered reflections on how primary schools across the country might take forward and shape their own This book /5(5). Curriculum progression from Foundation Stage through to Key Stage 2 is also emphasised. The Primary Curriculum is an essential companion for all students on primary initial teacher education courses/5(6).
Primary curriculum A well‐organized 35‐week curriculum of daily phonemic awareness lesson plans developed on a systematic scope and sequence of skills. The Primary version of these lessons (yellow book) includes 10 components that are taught within each lesson, eight phonemic awareness skills and 2 additional activities to develop letter. The statutory primary national curriculum is issued by law, which means you must follow it unless there is a good reason not to. Schools are not required by . This curriculum framework is intended to outline the nature and purpose of the curriculum as well as the parameters for consistent curriculum implementation throughout primary education in Trinidad and Tobago. The document sets out the principles that govern and guide teaching and learning. A hallmark of the book is its exploration of creativity through curriculum subjects. It builds on this in its first and last chapters by addressing key cross-curricular themes that thread their way throughout the book. Throughout there is an emphasis on critical and reflective practice. New to this edition are.
The primary curriculum aims to provide a broad learning experience and encourages a rich variety of approaches to teaching and learning that cater for the different needs of individual children. The primary curriculum is designed to nurture the child in all dimensions of his or her life—spiritual, moral, cognitive, emotional, imaginative, aesthetic, social and physical. Part five introduces key debates about approaches to knowledge, and raises issues about the future organisation of the curriculum. Subject Learning in the Primary Curriculum is the OU reader for Module , Teaching and Learning in the Primary Core Curriculum in the MA in by: 2. The Primary Curriculum Design Handbook is a practical guide on how to design a curriculum that will engage children's interest, excite their imaginations and at the same time provide them with the knowledge, skills and understanding they need to live successfully in the 21st Century. Teaching the Primary Curriculum. Planning for authentic learning begins with engaging children. This book explores each subject in the primary curriculum offering clear guidance on the distinctive elements of each and effective pedagogical approaches that support informed teaching.