ELI SMT Capacity Building training Indicators for planning and

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INDICATORS FOR PLANNING AND
IMPLEMENTING CURRICULUM
DELIVERY
Clive Smith
Department of Education Leadership
and Management
University of Johannesburg
Tools to assist with planning and
implementing curriculum delivery
indicators
• Curriculum management and support booklet
(A5 red)
• Diagnostic tool to support SMTs (A4 red) Section 2 – Meso-level diagnostics pp.9-12
• Templates to support SMTs (A4 blue) – pp.512, (13-21 in SIP portfolio pp.11-20), 22
• Subject improvement plan portfolio of
evidence (A4 green) – pp. 7, 8-10, 11-20
• Checklist – Good curriculum management and
support practices – x2 carry-cards (B – red)
Process to use planning and
implementing curriculum delivery
tools
• Curriculum management and support booklet – read pp.5-10
• Curriculum management and support booklet – read about Work
schedules pp.16-17
• Templates – Work schedule p.12
• Curriculum management and support booklet – read Predictability
framework pp.11-13
• Template – Predictability reporting tools pp.6-11
• Diagnostic tool – Curriculum management and support practices
checklist pp.11-12 (also Templates p.22)
• Subject improvement plan portfolio of evidence – Subject
improvement plan p.11-20
• Curriculum management and support booklet – read pp.5-10
• Curriculum management and support booklet – Lesson plans pp.1820, Template p.5
• Templates – Educator consolidation tool p.20
Indicators for planning for curriculum
delivery
• Phase level planning is completed before the start of the
new school year.
• The team of teachers contribute to the planning in a
meaningful way.
• Plans indicate progression across grades for contexts (from
familiar to more distant) and levels of challenges.
• HoDs take an active role in the planning for curriculum
delivery.
• Resources required for curriculum delivery are sourced in
good time.
• A variety of learner activities is planned, that take different
learner needs and learning styles into account.
• Different methods and tools for assessment are planned.
• Care is taken to plan for realistic time allocations.
• The work schedule is consistent with the broader phase
plans.
Indicators for implementing
curriculum delivery
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Teachers prepare for every lesson carefully
A routine of lesson delivery is established.
Learners arrive promptly at class and settle down to work.
Pace setters (Curriculum management and support booklet
pp.13-15) are used to guide curriculum delivery.
Teachers use the predictability framework (Curriculum
management and support booklet pp.11-13)
to report on the pace of delivery.
Teachers share their experiences in the classroom to learn
from one another.
When implementation falls behind, plans are made to catch
up.
Teachers and HoDs work cooperatively to ensure quality
teaching.

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