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Lucy Brocklesby Presentation
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Lucy Brocklesby Presentation
Lucy Brocklesby Presentation
Lucy Brocklesby Presentation
Lucy Brocklesby Presentation
Lucy Brocklesby Presentation
Lucy Brocklesby Presentation
Lucy Brocklesby Presentation
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Presentation on the Implications for Teaching and Learning of the changes to the 14 - 19 Curriculum

Presentation on the Implications for Teaching and Learning of the changes to the 14 - 19 Curriculum

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  • 1. Implications for teaching and learning of the changes to the 14-19 curriculum Lucy Brocklesby
  • 2. The Aims of this Presentation •The main changes • Why the changes have been made • The implications of teaching • The implications of learning • Conclusion • References
  • 3. The changes • The age in which young people leave school will be raised from 16 to 18 by 2015 • Many new qualifications have been added • Diploma – up to 17 subjects • Reformed a-levels –new A* grade • Revised GCSE’s – differing styles of questions • Foundation level of learning
  • 4. The changes continued.. • More focus on Science, Maths and ICT • More apprenticeships – in 2010 funding has been increased. • Local authorities now have responsibility of training for all under 18’s • Due to learning of functional skills employment after education will increase.
  • 5. Main routes through 14-19 education and training in 2015 and beyond Higher or Further education GCSE Advanced Diploma Foundation or GCSE / A-Level Higher education Higher Diploma CONSIDER CONSIDER CONSIDER Foundation Learning Foundation Learning OPTIONS Apprenticeship post 18 OPTIONS OPTIONS 14 16 18 Apprenticeship Employment Employment with training Employment with training Functional Skills and Personal, CONSIDER Learning and Thinking Skills OPTIONS 17 Chart taken from www.dcsf.gov.uk/14-19 i
  • 6. Why have the changes been made? • Jobs for those who have no qualifications are decreasing rapidly • Education will now help young people prepare for the real world • To help make the curriculum for 14-19 year olds less complex and a lot less daunting. • The range of career paths will increase due to the learning of functional skills • To allow students to follow their own personal development path
  • 7. Implications of teaching • Teachers will have a lot more training • There will be many new training methods introduced • More pupils willing to learn • Increase the teachers work load
  • 8. Implications of learning • Opportunities for less academic students to gain qualifications • Personal learning schedules developed between the teacher and the student • Learning is less daunting due to the foundation learning level • Changes to A-levels will stretch and challenge young people which will encourage them to learn
  • 9. Implications of learning continued... • Due to the current state of the economy it may appear that there are less jobs and apprenticeships available • Changes such as the new diploma will present a wider range of career paths to young people
  • 10. Conclusions There have been many changes made to the 14-19 curriculum and throughout the presentation it has become apparent that all of these changes have been made for the good of the student, education and the economy. Students will be able to learn more due to their personal development plans, they will learn functional skills which will, in turn help them in the real world and due to this, employment chances after full time education will rapidly increase.
  • 11. Thank you Any Questions ? References www.dcsf.com www.dcsf.gov.uk/14-19 www.education.gov.uk www.teachernet.gov.uk

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