Curriculum follow-up


Curriculum follow-up

The Learning Challenge – Narative
Curricula are the basis of learning in any school around the world. However, these curricula have not been designed with inclusion goals, we can say that the curriculum objectives are not real if we want to respond to the needs of all students, including those with special needs. It is the educators themselves who are looking for different options for the student to acquire the basic knowledge to follow the rest of the courses. This fact requires the help of all teachers to be successful, it is necessary to review the curriculum constantly to adapt the learning path to the student.

Solving the Problem: Activities for Learning Groups

Activity 1

Title of activity

Meeting clock

Working on the activity – Suggestions

Before performing this activity, we must know the learning needs of the student in question. This activity aims to bring together the teaching staff to talk about learning strategies adapted to the uniqueness of the case. Each educator will talk about their adaptations to share best practices. During the meeting, we can let the other educators know the particularities of the case, sometimes not all teachers know all the learning needs and this is a clever way to share information.
Activity 2

Title of activity

Six thinking hats

Working on the activity – Suggestions

Six Thinking Hats is an activity that helps you learn more from different perspectives and thoughts. The operation of this activity starts by distributing the six hats, which we will place on the head of each educator. Once the problem is exposed, we will leave some time for everyone to think of solutions related to their hat thinking. Once everyone has their proposal, they will argue it with the rest obtaining different solutions and even mixing them.

Solving the Problem: Self-reflection (educator’s reflection)

Reflecting on the Problem Solving measures taken to overcome the challenge
The proposed activities aim to involve all teachers in experiences lived at the individual level to share them with other educators. It is also possible that some have not yet gone through this situation, but it is equally necessary to involve them to know how to detect possibles needs to adapt the curriculum to those who need it.
Reflecting on the changes in the group dynamics
Reflecting on personal change

Points for Discussion with your Organisation


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