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Join communities of teachers supporting NSW Curriculum Reform

Curriculum Reform communities K-12

Curriculum Reform Communities (CRC) K-12 are being established to support teachers with the NSW Curriculum Reform.

The CRC will connect teachers with resources on how to implement and teach the new curriculum.

We need both leaders and school coordinators for the CRC. Both roles are equally important. Teachers are invited to self-nominate for leader roles and principals are asked to nominate one teacher per school for school coordinator roles. Nominations close 25 October 2021.

The CRC is different in reach and purpose to the NESA teacher expert networks (TENs). The purpose of the CRC is to represent teachers from every NSW public school and empower them to share information about curriculum reform with their schools.

CRC complement, and do not replace, existing curriculum networks such as school initiated KLA teacher networks.

To find out more, please visit the CRC web pages.

Undertake a temporary assignment as a curriculum resource writer or reviewer with the department.

K-12 curriculum experts – talent pool

The talent pool will be used by curriculum advisors to develop resources for new syllabuses as they are released during the curriculum reform. Applicants will be asked at the end of the year whether they wish to remain on the list for the following year and can opt out at any time if their circumstances change. Find out more and register your interest on the K-12 curriculum experts – talent pool (staff only) page.

Join our curriculum specialists in a statewide staffroom

Statewide staffrooms

Statewide staffrooms are set up in Microsoft Teams for expert advice, resources and professional learning, on topics including NSW Curriculum Reform.

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