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Cross-curriculum priorities and
General Capabilities
EDFD 663 Issues in the profession
(Week 7)
@ferrytnt
Ferry Tanoto
The Australian national curriculum is built on
the educational goals of the Melbourne
Declaration that identified the need...
#1 Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander
histories and cultures
This priority is developed around the three key
concepts o...
Country/Place that highlights:
• The special connection to Country/Place by
Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Peoples,...
Peoples that examines:
• The diversity of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander
Peoples’ culture through language, ways of...
Cultures that
• addresses the diversity of Aboriginal and Torres Strait
Islander societies,
• examines kinship structures ...
This priority is developed around the three
key concepts of Asia and its diversity,
Achievements and contributions of the
...
Asia and its diversity that highlights the
diversity within and between the countries of
the Asia region, from their cultu...
Achievements and contributions of the
peoples of Asia that
• Examines the past and continuing achievements of
the peoples ...
Asia-Australia engagement that
• addresses the nature of past and on-going links
between Australia and Asia,
• develops th...
This priority is developed around the three key
concepts of Systems, World views, and futures.
#3 Sustainability
Systems that explores the interdependent and
dynamic nature of systems that support all life on Earth
as well as the promo...
World views that
• presents the issues surrounding sustainability in a
global context,
• allows for a diversity of world v...
Futures that
• is aimed at building the capacities for thinking and
acting in ways that are necessary to create a more
sus...
General capabilities comprise an
integrated and interconnected set of
knowledge, skills, behaviours and
dispositions that ...
General Capabilities
Successful learner,
confident and
creative individual,
and active and
informed citizen
Literacy
Numer...
The Australian Curriculum includes seven
general capabilities to realise the goals set out
in the Melbourne Declaration on...
Cross-curriculum Priorities and
General Capabilities
An example from Mathematics
1. Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander ...
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  1. 1. Cross-curriculum priorities and General Capabilities EDFD 663 Issues in the profession (Week 7) @ferrytnt Ferry Tanoto
  2. 2. The Australian national curriculum is built on the educational goals of the Melbourne Declaration that identified the need to address three key areas of cross-curriculum priorities: 1. Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander histories and cultures 2. Asia and Australia’s engagement with Asia 3. Sustainability
  3. 3. #1 Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander histories and cultures This priority is developed around the three key concepts of Country/Place, Peoples, and Cultures
  4. 4. Country/Place that highlights: • The special connection to Country/Place by Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Peoples, • Celebrate the unique belief systems that connect people physically and spiritually to Country/Place. #1 Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander histories and cultures
  5. 5. Peoples that examines: • The diversity of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Peoples’ culture through language, ways of life and experiences as expressed through historical, social and political lenses, • The opportunities to gain a deeper understanding of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Peoples’ way of being, knowing, thinking and doing. #1 Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander histories and cultures
  6. 6. Cultures that • addresses the diversity of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander societies, • examines kinship structures and the significant contributions of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people on a local, national and global scale. #1 Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander histories and cultures
  7. 7. This priority is developed around the three key concepts of Asia and its diversity, Achievements and contributions of the peoples of Asia, and Asia-Australia engagement #2 Asia and Australia’s engagement with Asia
  8. 8. Asia and its diversity that highlights the diversity within and between the countries of the Asia region, from their cultures, societies and traditions through to their diverse environments and the effects of these on the lives of people. #2 Asia and Australia’s engagement with Asia
  9. 9. Achievements and contributions of the peoples of Asia that • Examines the past and continuing achievements of the peoples of Asia, • Identifies their contribution to world history, • Acknowledges the influences that the Asia region has on the world’s aesthetic, and creative pursuits. #2 Asia and Australia’s engagement with Asia
  10. 10. Asia-Australia engagement that • addresses the nature of past and on-going links between Australia and Asia, • develops the knowledge, understanding and skills, which make it possible to engage actively and effectively with peoples of the Asia region. #2 Asia and Australia’s engagement with Asia
  11. 11. This priority is developed around the three key concepts of Systems, World views, and futures. #3 Sustainability
  12. 12. Systems that explores the interdependent and dynamic nature of systems that support all life on Earth as well as the promotion of healthy social, economic and ecological patterns of living for our collective wellbeing and survival. #3 Sustainability
  13. 13. World views that • presents the issues surrounding sustainability in a global context, • allows for a diversity of world views on ecosystems, values and social justice to be discussed and linked to individual and community actions for sustainability. #3 Sustainability
  14. 14. Futures that • is aimed at building the capacities for thinking and acting in ways that are necessary to create a more sustainable future, • seeks to develop reflective thinking processes and empower young people to design action that will lead to a more equitable, respectful and sustainable future. #3 Sustainability
  15. 15. General capabilities comprise an integrated and interconnected set of knowledge, skills, behaviours and dispositions that students develop and use in their learning across the curriculum, in co-curricular programs and in their lives outside school.
  16. 16. General Capabilities Successful learner, confident and creative individual, and active and informed citizen Literacy Numeracy ICT capabilities Critical and creative thinking Personal and social capability Ethical understanding Intercultural understanding
  17. 17. The Australian Curriculum includes seven general capabilities to realise the goals set out in the Melbourne Declaration on Educational Goals for Young Australians (MCEETYA 2008) – that all young people in Australia should be supported to become successful learners, confident and creative individuals, and active and informed citizens.
  18. 18. Cross-curriculum Priorities and General Capabilities An example from Mathematics 1. Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander histories and cultures 2. Asia and Australia’s engagement with Asia 3. Sustainability

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