Developing an integrated unit of work
Teaching and learning programs are a record of planned learning experiences for students. They can be designed to reflect the needs of the school and students. The should:
- reflect the needs, interests and abilities of students
- are based on syllabus outcomes and include a variety of teaching, learning and assessment activities, strategies and resources to address the learning needs of all students
- are flexible and dynamic documents that change in response to student learning needs, school context, teacher evaluation and feedback
- may include adjustments for students with special education needs
- can reflect school and sector priorities, values and initiatives
- are a record of how syllabus requirements are met.
For more information please see NESA’s Programming advice page
Programming task - planning a unit of work
Participants are encouraged to create integrated units of work that are innovative and reflect your school context.
The integrated unit of work can:
- Integrate content from several related (2-4) modules to form unit of work and explore content through one or more movement applications
- Focus primarily on single movement application and explore various modules through this context
- Design a school-developed module with additional content not included in syllabus modules (endorsement not required)