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Implications of the changes to the 14-19 Curriculum

Implications of the changes to the 14-19 Curriculum



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  • ICT Implications of the changes to the 14-19 Curriculum Mohammed Khalid April 2010
    • What is the National Curriculum?
    • Content of the National Curriculum?
    • ICT in the National Curriculum?
    • Why Reform?
    • Aim of the Reform
    • Diplomas
    • Apprenticeship
    • Foundation learning
    • Effects of the Reform
    • Summary
    Areas of consideration…
  • What is the National Curriculum?
    • “ The National Curriculum is a framework used by all maintained schools to ensure that teaching and learning is balanced and consistent”.
    • It sets out core subjects, targets, knowledge required amongst other things.
    • http://www.direct.gov.uk/en/Parents/Schoolslearninganddevelopment/ExamsTestsAndTheCurriculum/DG_4016665
  • Content of the National Curriculum?
    • The National Curriculum sets out:
    • The subjects taught (core, foundation)
    • The knowledge, skills and understanding required in each subject
    • Standards or attainment targets in each subject that teachers can use to measure progress and plan future learning
    • How progress is assessed and reported
  • ICT in the National Curriculum
    • Capability
    • Communication and Collaboration
    • Exploring ideas and Manipulating Information
    • Impact of Technology
    • Critical Evaluation
  • Why Reform?
    • To give recognition for less academic and technical pupils in offering a solid grounding for their future
    • Keep up to date and improve
    • Allows mixture of theory and practical experience
  • Aim of Reform
    • Make it easier for young people to make effective learning choices
    • Help employers and higher education providers understand the qualifications that young people have gained.
    • By 2013 the majority of young people will access qualifications through one of the four nationally available qualification routes:
      • Diplomas
      • Apprenticeships
      • Foundation learning
      • GCSE & A levels – Updated and improved
  • Diplomas
    • New qualification that combines theoretical study with practical experience
    • Different ways of learning – e.g. Learning by doing
    • By 2013 there will be 17 Diplomas as a route into higher education and the world of work.
    • Available at 3 levels :
      • Foundation
      • Higher
      • Advanced
  • Apprenticeship
    • Accredited qualifications through employers
    • Combines paid work with on the job training
    • Wage subsides for small businesses
    • Every suitably qualified young person should have the opportunity to an apprenticeship place by 2013
  • Foundation learning
    • National suite of learning for 14-19s at Entry Level or Level 1
    • The main aim is to support progression at the learner's own pace
    • Learners develop a full range of skills in a coherent manner – use personalised learning
    • Progress to higher level qualification
  • Effects of the Reform
    • Value of Diploma
    • Communication between schools, higher education and employers
    • Increased workload on teachers
    • Better qualified UK workforce with different skills for the future
    • With more interaction between educational institutions and employers, better connections and partnerships can be created
  • Summary
    • Less complex system
    • More choices for students
    • Students will stay in education longer
  • Questions?
    • Thank-you
  • References
    • www.dcsf.govv.uk/14-19/
    • www.actionaccess.org .
    • www.education.bham.ac.uk/research/projects1/reform_programme .
    • www.education2.bham.ac.uk/documents/research/rmqca/cook_background.pps
    • http://www.14-19reforms.co.uk/Default.aspx
    • www.direct.gov.uk/en/EducationAndLearning/QualificationsExplained/DG_070676
    • www.tes.co.uk