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Key Competencies & Curriculum for the 21st Century Bk 2

ISBN: 9781877478505
Code: 0403B
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Unpack the major ideas behind a 21st century curriculum. This series offers practical ideas for making the curriculum work in the classroom and c. These resources explore key competencies in depth: managing self, relating to others, participating and contributing (Bk 1); thinking, using language, symbols and texts (Bk 2).

Includes photocopiable resources, handy web links and illuminating case studies.

Pages: 56 | Ages: 5-14

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About the Author

Angie Simmons is an experienced educator who has broad experience in the educational sector of New Zealand. She is interested in current best practice learning approaches that encompass thinking skills, collaboration and problem solving. Angie has owned and operated an early childhood centre, taught at primary schools for many years and worked as a university lecturer, heading an educational technologies programme and teaching prospective teachers. She was also contracted by the Ministry of Education to integrate e-learning into the school curriculum as an ICT professional development facilitator. Angie was the writer for the APN Newspapers in Education programme. View Angie’s blog at http://angelasimmons.blogspot.com
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Essential Resources believes in learning. We help teachers teach and students learn.

Our resources are strongly grounded in what works in the classroom, giving teachers lesson plans, tools and strategies they need to make a difference. They support students’ learning through every stage of their schooling, ensuring students excel and can apply their learning to numerous meaningful contexts.

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