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  • 1.The Australian Curriculum inNSW public schoolsSupporting the implementation of newsyllabuses andHistory K-10

2. NSW Curriculum and Learning Innovation CentreDEC support website 3. NSW Curriculum and Learning Innovation CentreProfessional learning: LeadershipThe leadership courses: support schools in leading improvement, innovation and change are aligned to both the key accountabilities of the role of theprincipal in the Department and to the National ProfessionalStandard for Principals. Understanding educational change - provides a clear focus forunderstanding research and introduces a change model suitable formajor educational change such as curriculum implementation. Implementing educational change - provides aspiring, newly appointedand current school leaders with a deeper understanding of thesuccessful implementation of educational change. Leading educational change with your team - provides processes andframeworks to lead educational change in the participantsstage/faculty/school. 4. NSW Curriculum and Learning Innovation CentreProfessional learning: New curriculumThe first 2 courses assist schools to review curriculum planning,programming teaching, assessing and reporting practices and how wellthey meet the learning needs of students:The Learner and the New Curriculum provides a focus on diverse learningneeds in the 21stCentury and introduces the new curriculum. Course duration: 2hours at the key stage of Professional competence.Teaching for the New Curriculum assists schools to explore curriculumplanning and programming, teaching and assessment practices in your school.Course duration: 2 hours at the key stage of Professional competence. 5. NSW Curriculum and Learning Innovation CentreProfessional learning: New curriculum Your school and the new syllabuses These courses support theintroduction of new curriculum in schools by examining each syllabus,analysing needs and formulating implementation plans. Choose thecourse or courses that best suit your needs. These courses are intendedto be completed collaboratively such as in faculty or stage groups. Courseduration: 5 hours at the key stage of Professional competence. Programming for quality teaching and assessing provides a guidedapproach to curriculum planning and the development of teachingprograms. Course duration: 10 hours at the key stage of Professionalcompetence. 6. NSW Curriculum and Learning Innovation Centre DEC developed high quality, registered professional learning courses Courses delivered flexibly and facilitated by schools The learner and the new curriculum Teaching for the new curriculum Your school and the new syllabuses Programming the new syllabuses Accessed through MyPL@Edu Accredited with the NSWIT for teachers at Professional Competence and higherCurriculum specific professional learning coursesSee your principalto schedule thesecourses 7. NSW Curriculum and Learning Innovation CentreBuilding capacity resources Resources are being developed to build teachers capacity to understandaspects of the syllabuses that are new or may be challenging. They are intended to be used for professional learning and to complementfamiliarisation with the new syllabuses. 8. NSW Curriculum and Learning Innovation CentreBuilding capacity history 7-10For Title and linkSecondary World history approachOverviews and depth studies teacher resPatterns of study for history: adiscussion 9. NSW Curriculum and Learning Innovation CentreFor more information Up-to-date information aboutthe NSW syllabuses for theAustralian curriculum can befound through the icon in yourstaff portal and at theDepartments intranet. 10. NSW Curriculum and Learning Innovation CentreCourse 1. The learner and the new curriculum What are the needs of the learners of today and in thefuture? How will the new curriculum meet the needs of learners? What is the diversity of learning needs in yourclassroom? How will the content you teach and the way you teachcater for the diverse learners in your classroom? What are some of the capacities needed by todayslearners? What does this mean for teaching practice? 11. NSW Curriculum and Learning Innovation CentreCourse 1. The learner and the new curriculum Provides a focus on diverse learning needs in the 21st Century andintroduces the new syllabuses. Course duration: 2 hours at the key stage of Professional competence. 12. NSW Curriculum and Learning Innovation CentreCourse 2. Teaching for the new curriculum Assists schools to implement the new curriculum effectively by exploringplanning and programming, teaching and assessment practices. Course duration: 2 hours 13. NSW Curriculum and Learning Innovation CentreCourse 2. Teaching for the new curriculum Curriculum planning and programming is the process of translating policies,curriculum requirements and NSW syllabuses into teaching, assessing andreporting practices Consider how planning and programming are currently done in your school Explore reasons for planning and programming Explore principles that identify some key features of effective curriculumplanning and programming Develop a sequence for planning and programming. 14. NSW Curriculum and Learning Innovation CentreCourse 3. Your school and the new syllabusesCourses in English, mathematics, science (incorporatingtechnology in K-6) and history (7-10). Aim and rationale A walk through the syllabus, highlighting some ofits key features Progression of learning via objectives andoutcomes Audit Action plan 15. NSW Curriculum and Learning Innovation CentreCourse 3. Your school and the new syllabusesContentrequirementsCapacity to addressobjective andoutcomesAssessmentLearning programsCurrent resourcesPhysicalrequirementsReportingCross syllabuscontentAudit 16. NSW Curriculum and Learning Innovation Centre There is an expectation that you have engaged with theCurriculum planning and programming for qualityteaching, assessing and reporting document and haveconsidered current practices for curriculum planning. Generate a unit of learning that aligns with a scope andsequence and provides rich opportunities for learning andassessment based on the NSW syllabuses for theAustralian Curriculum.Course 4. Programming for quality teaching andassessing 17. NSW Curriculum and Learning Innovation CentreMaang 18. NSW Curriculum and Learning Innovation CentreMaang 19. Key features of theHistory K-10 syllabus 20. NSW Curriculum and Learning Innovation CentreSyllabus documentationhttp://syllabus.bos.nsw.edu.au/ 21. NSW Curriculum and Learning Innovation CentreSyllabus documentationLeft-hand navigation panelFilter by:SyllabusStageLearning Across the Curriculum areas 22. NSW Curriculum and Learning Innovation CentreHow does the NSW History K-10 syllabusinclude the Australian Curriculum?Australian Curriculum New NSW syllabusesStage-based Outcomes andcontentYear-based ContentGeneral capabilities,Cross-curriculum prioritiesCross-curriculum areasembedded in content asappropriate to individuallearning areas 23. NSW Curriculum and Learning Innovation CentreThe place of the history K-10 syllabus 24. NSW Curriculum and Learning Innovation CentreHistory: AimIs to stimulate students interest in andenjoyment of exploring the past, to developa critical understanding of the past and itsimpact on the present, to develop the criticalskills of historical inquiry and to enablestudents to participate as active, informedand responsible citizens. 25. NSW Curriculum and Learning Innovation CentreAC: Cross-curriculum prioritiesThree cross-curriculum priorities: Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanderhistories and cultures Asia and Australias engagement with Asia sustainabilityIn History Years 7-10, cross-curriculum prioritiesenable students to develop understanding aboutand address the contemporary issues they face. 26. NSW Curriculum and Learning Innovation CentreAC: General capabilitiesSeven general capabilities: critical and creative thinking ethical understanding information and communication technology capability intercultural understanding literacy numeracy personal and social capabilityGeneral capabilities encompass the knowledge, skills, attitudes andbehaviours to assist students to live and work successfully in the 21stcentury. 27. NSW Curriculum and Learning Innovation CentreLearning across the curriculumLearning across the curriculum content assists students toachieve broad learning outcomes and includes theAustralian curriculum components for: cross-curriculum priorities general capabilitiesThe Board of Studies NSW has also identified three otherareas as important learning for all students: Civics and citizenship Difference and diversity Work and enterprise 28. NSW Curriculum and Learning Innovation CentreLearning across the curriculumLearning across the curriculum enables students to develop understanding about andaddress the contemporary issues they face.Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander histories and cultureAsia and Australias engagement with AsiaSustainabilityCritical and creative thinkingEthical understandingInformation and communication technology capabilityIntercultural understandingLiteracyNumeracyPersonal and social capabilityCivics and citizenshipDifference and diversityWork and enterprise 29. NSW Curriculum and Learning Innovation CentreStage statementsStage statements are summaries of theknowledge, understanding, skills, values andattitudes that have been developed by students asa result of achieving the outcomes for each stageof learning.Replaces the Foundation Statements for K-6 30. NSW Curriculum and Learning Innovation CentreKey historical conceptsA continuum of learning with descriptions forall stages:Continuity and changeCause and effectPerspectivesEmpathetic understandingSignificanceContestability 31. NSW Curriculum and Learning Innovation CentreHistorical skillsDescribed for all stages:Comprehension, chronology, terms and conceptsAnalysis and use of sourcesPerspectives and interpretationsEmpathetic understandingResearchExplanation and co