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WWAM: The truth about … planning, preparation and differentiation

High level planning around curriculum delivery is a fundamental prerequisite for the delivery of a high quality program to students. But it should not be at the expense of the teacher’s capacity to provide the best possible education for the students in the classroom.

For example, it is unreasonable to require teachers to develop an individual student plan for each student. Onerous documentation identifying which classroom experience applies to which learner creates an excessive workload burden and erodes the application of teachers’ professional judgement. 

To help dispel any confusion over what constitutes a valid expectation and what does not, the QTU has prepared a handout putting the record straight, which you can find at www.qtu.asn.au/wwam-planning

Uploaded 15 November 2017

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