Curriculum 2012: Enabling the Learning Journey Examples for Teachers

Edith Cowan University’s Centre for Learning and Development has developed a resource called Curriculum 2012: Enabling the Learning Journey Examples for Teachers. 

This document pertains to the implementation of the ECU undergraduate curriculum framework; however, it would be a very useful resource for anyone seeking to align learning priorities, teaching and assessment in an undergraduate unit. Each section provides a description of the learning principle/priority and two learning examples. The student learning priorities addressed include the following examples:

  • Ability to work in teams
  • Critical appraisal skills
  • Ability to generate ideas
  • Community engagement
  • Academic literacy skills including ICT skills
  • Australian Indigenous studies, cultural competence

Each example includes considerations around the context, the learning activity, assessment, and ideas for embedding the priority in a unit.

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