Curriculum delivery is an on-going process, which starts with the issuing of policy at the national level by the DBE. This is followed by the procurement and delivery of resources and the provision of support systems to schools by provinces and districts.
It is then continued through the organisation and management of time and human and material resources by school leaders, culminating in teaching and learning activities conducted by teachers in classrooms. These are iterative processes, with multiple feedback loops, all coordinated by tighter or looser instructional leadership practices and accountability measures up and down the successive levels of the system.
The following articles will help teachers and the SMT (School Management Team) to deliver the curriculum in their schools effectively:
- Balancing the Act of Teaching Diverse Learners
- Effective Assessment for Your School
- Effective School based Professional Development for Teachers
- The Effective Use of Teaching Time
- How Learners work Together and Support one Another for Mutual Benefit
- How to implement SIP (School Improvement Plan) in your School
- How to Keep Learners Engaged and Interested in a Lesson
- How to Set Targeted Goals for Learning
- Leadership Practices that Support Teaching and Learning
- Setting the Stage for Quality Teaching and Learning
- Social Support, Academic Press and Learner Achievement
- The Power of Teacher Collaboration