Planning, programming and assessing 7-12

Helping you to plan, program and assess for Years 7 to 12.

Assessment, differentiation and inclusive practice 7–10

Suggested approaches to support student achievement in planning, programming and assessing:

Planning, programming and assessing in each KLA

Links will be updated as each KLA section is updated.

Programming template guide

The programming template guide (DOCX 523KB):

  • uses a sample programming template to discuss some evidence-based teaching and learning practices to consider when planning and programming
  • illustrates approaches to planning and programming and can be used to evaluate existing practices
  • may benefit from adaption to suit contextual needs such as school focus areas or KLA.' under this subheading.

Professional learning

Watch an overview of Curriculum planning K-12 for every student in every classroom professional learning (1:14)

Overview of Curriculum planning K-12 professional learning

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Have you ever wondered if you could refine your approach to curriculum planning and optimise learning for all students right from the beginning?

‘Curriculum planning for every student in every classroom’ shares evidence-based strategies for planning effective learning experiences for the full range of students.

Within every classroom, there is rich student diversity. Each student is unique. There is no ’average’ student. Understanding and appreciating this diversity is part of planning learning opportunities where every student can engage with content and express their learning.

Curriculum planning must be academically rigorous yet flexible enough for all your students to succeed.

Learn how to incorporate the guiding principles of engagement, representation and expression into your curriculum planning practice. Find out how to plan for the full range of students in your classroom.

Enrol in ‘Curriculum planning for every student in every classroom’ professional learning. Available through MyPL.

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  • Teaching and learning

Business Unit:

  • Educational Standards
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