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Presentation for PGCE interview of the implications for teaching and learning of the changes to the 14-19 curriculum by Sasha Carter

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  • 1. Sasha Carter
  • 2. Introduction – The 14-19 Reform Agenda
    • As our world changes, the education system is adapting
    • Major developments have already taken place
  • 3. Why Do We Need Such A Change? Raising participation, equipping young people to succeed
  • 4. Implications for Students
  • 5. GCSEs and A Levels Modernised and Appropriate Contemporary and Relevant The Extended Project A Personal Route into Independent Learning
  • 6. The Diploma Theoretical, Practical and Applied Learning Foundation Learning Tier Achievable success for EVERY young person Functional Skills Skills for life and work
  • 7. Implications for Teachers Planning for the future, how do you know what the future needs? Information accessed at : http://www.qcda.gov.uk/resources/assets/QCA_LA_and_LSC_Winter_2008_Conferences_Report.pdf
  • 8. Implications for Parents
    • Supporting their children longer
  • 9. Implications for Employers
    • New qualifications
  • 10. Implications for University Admissions Tutors
    • Decoding
  • 11. Conclusion
    • The reform exists to give EVERY young person the chance to develop their skills; with a wide variety of qualifications will the amount of courses be available for every child.
    • However, there are many other implications that apply to Students, Parents, Teachers, Potential Employers and Universities that need to be addressed.
  • 12. Questions?
    • Thank you for listening.
    • I would now welcome any questions.
  • 13. References
    • Cheminais, R., (2008). Every Child Matters: A Practical Guide for Teachers. Oxon: Routledge.
    • DCSF [www]dcsf.gov.uk/14-19 . accessed April 2010. Last updated April 2009.
    • DCSF [www]teachernet.gov.uk. London: Crown Accessed April 2010
    • DfES (2004) Removing barriers to achievement: The Government’s Strategy for SEN. London: Department for Education and Skill.
    • Kelly, R.,(2005) Presented to Parliament by the Secretary of State for Education and Skills by Command of Her Majesty:14-19 white paper. London: Crown
  • 14. References
    • LA/LSC Conferences (2008) :Qualifications and Curriculum authority. Accessed April 2010. [www]qcda.gov.uk/resources/assets/QCA_LA_and_LSC_Winter_2008_Conferences_Report.pdf
    • QCA [www]qca.org.uk. Accessed April 2010
    • TDA[www]tda.gov.uk/teachers/iag/ceg/1419pathways/options_progression.aspx?keywords=14-19+curriculum. Accessed April 2010
    • The association of school and college leaders(2008). [www]ascl.org.uk/mainwebsite/resources/document/sue%20kirkham%20-%20curriculum%20assessment%20and%2014-19%20reforms.pdf . Accessed April 2010