The curriculum overview

If students are to have agency over their learning, they need a framework of competencies and learning domains to help guide their learning journeys.

In the re-framed, concept-based curriculum model presented in the links below, student competencies are divided into cognitive competence and executive competence.

Cognitive competence is understanding the self, others and systems. Executive competence is the ability to source knowledge and develop social alliances to actively meet identified personal and societal needs.

The following link leads to the framework model.

Competencies
The ten learning areas

The following link leads to more details about each aspect of the model.