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Learning to Learn - The Way Forward in Curriculum

 

Web Edition ( September, 2001 )

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A Message from the Chairman of the Curriculum Development Council PDF 14KB
Summary PDF 79KB
List of Abbreviations PDF 10KB
Contents PDF 214KB
Chapter 1
A Holistic Review of the School Curriculum
  Purpose of this Report
  Structure of the Report
  The ReviewViews of the Public and Responses of the CDC
  Tasks Ahead - All to Act (2001-02 to 2005-06)
  Policy Contexts
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Chapter 2
Guiding Principles, Development Strategies and Critical Success Factors
  Guiding Principles
  Development Strategies
  Critical Success Factors
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Chapter 3
The School Curriculum - What is Worth Learning
  Purpose of the Chapter
  Meaning of the Curriculum
  Five Essential Learning Experiences
  Pre-primary Curriculum
  Curriculum Framework and Components for Primary and Secondary Schools
  Advantages and Concerns of the Curriculum Framework
  Connections across KLAs
  What is "Trimmed" in the Curriculum?
  Focus for Action in the Key Learning Areas and General Studies for Primary Schools
  * Chinese Language Education
  * English Language Education
  * Mathematics Education
  * Personal, Social and Humanities Education
  * Science Education
  * Technology Education
  * Arts Education
  * Physical Education
  * General Studies for Primary Schools

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Chapter 4
How to Act - Effective Learning, Teaching and Assessment
  Actions via School Structure, Processes and Management
  * Learning Opportunity and Learning Environment
  * School-based Curriculum Development
  * Collaborative Lesson Preparation
  * Learning Time and Time-table
  Actions with Direct Impact on Learning and Teaching Inside and Outside Classrooms
  * Effective Learning and Teaching Strategies
  * Assessment for Learning
  * Four Key Tasks
  * Effective Use of Textbooks and Learning/Teaching Resources
  * Catering for Learner Differences
  * Homework
  Actions via Partnership with organisations and Partners
  * Life-wide Learning Opportunities for Whole Person Development
  * Smooth Transition between Kindergarten, Primary School and Secondary School
  * Home-school Co-operation
 
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Chapter 5
Measures and Resources to Support Schools and Teachers
  Characteristics of Measures and Resources to Support Schools and Teachers
  Curriculum Guides and Documents
  Teacher and Principal Development Programmes
  Textbooks and Resources on Learning and Teaching
  Collaborative Research and Development ("Seed") Projects
  Curriculum Bank
  Library Development
  School-based Curriculum Development Support
  Creating Time and Space for Teachers and Learners
  Dissemination Strategies and Networks
  Local and International Consultancies
  Partnership - All to Contribute
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Chapter 6
Conclusion
  Monitoring and Review
  Final Word
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Appendices
 
  I. Existing Subjects and New Subjects under the 8 Key Learning Areas (KLAs) for 2001-02 to 2005-06
  II. Values and Attitudes as Generic Elements in the School Curriculum
  III. Life Events Approach to Moral and Civic Education
  IV. Proposed Re-organisation and Trimming of the Content of the Present General Studies Syllabus
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Bibliography PDF 151KB
Glossary PDF 11KB
Membership of the Curriculum Development Council PDF 7KB
Terms of Reference PDF 6KB

 

Last revision date: 13 March 2012
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