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Do you think that it is important to go beyond the ACARA achievement standards and involve students in actual decision-making and action, rather than have them merely propose actions?

  • 06 Dec 2016 12:43 PM
    Message # 4441201
    Anonymous

    In the December 2016 Newsletter there is a summary of Professor Rob Gilbert's keynote address at the SCEAA/SEAQ conference on the Common Good. He found that "the idea of students taking positive action for the well-being of society was poorly developed in the current curriculum." Do you agree? Do you think it is important to go  beyond the standards? 

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