Education scotland developing consolidating secure

19-Sep-2017 01:19

So, is it surprising that Cf E has become bogged down in paperwork and bureaucracy?

I would welcome response to this question (as comments replying to this post).

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These reflect the purpose of Cf E, to provide pupils with learning/teaching that is more relevant to the changing world.

Cf E consists of a number of separate but related elements: The primary school will remain what it has always been for children – a good place to learn with the focus on the individual child.

By ensuring Britain’s long term economic security, the government is able to spend £4 trillion on its priorities and will take action to: since the late 1960s, risks remain and the job is not complete.

I believe that part of this derives from a fundamental design fault in Cf E, highlighted in 2010 by Walter Humes and me.

It is difficult, therefore, to see how they are different to the previous 5-14 attainment targets, which came to be used primarily for assessment purposes.

The situation has been further exacerbated by the decision in many local authorities to assess against not only each E & O, but to utilise a three level scale within each level: 1] Developing; 2] Consolidating; and 3] Secure.

Curriculum for Excellence (Cf E) was introduced in Scottish schools in 2010, updating the way our children are taught and assessed.

You will probably have heard of the “four capacities” that it aims to develop – Confident Individuals, Successful Learners, Effective Contributors and Responsible Citizens.

I believe that part of this derives from a fundamental design fault in Cf E, highlighted in 2010 by Walter Humes and me.It is difficult, therefore, to see how they are different to the previous 5-14 attainment targets, which came to be used primarily for assessment purposes.The situation has been further exacerbated by the decision in many local authorities to assess against not only each E & O, but to utilise a three level scale within each level: 1] Developing; 2] Consolidating; and 3] Secure.Curriculum for Excellence (Cf E) was introduced in Scottish schools in 2010, updating the way our children are taught and assessed.You will probably have heard of the “four capacities” that it aims to develop – Confident Individuals, Successful Learners, Effective Contributors and Responsible Citizens.This tension has, I believe, been exacerbated by the subsequent development of Cf E since the early days.