content-left-bg.png
content-right-bg.png

Good at Learning - Good at Life

WebPartZone1_1
PublishingPageContent

Australian Curriculum

​At Coomera Rivers State School, we provide teaching and learning aligned with the Australian Curriculum. Parent information can be found on the Australian Curriculum website.

          

Deep Learning

How we teach the Australian Curriculum is guided by our framework that focuses our learning design on what is called Deep Learning.  This is called our pedagogical framework.

Use the links below to view video vignette's that help explain the parts of our framework:

- Student-Centred Learning

- Learning Partnerships

- Leveraging Digital

- Learning Environment


View Deep Learning in action at Coomera Rivers:

- Real Role Models

- Koalified

- Global Snapshot

- Day10 Story

     

The 6 C's at Coomera Rivers


At Coomera Rivers State School, we have re-focused our goals for education and learning to include skills that prepare all learners to be: 

  • life-long creative, connected and collaborative problem solvers and
  • healthy, happy individuals who contribute to the common good in today's globally interdependent world.

     

What are the 6 C's?

Character — honesty, self-regulation and responsibility, perseverance, empathy for contributing to the safety and benefit of others, self-confidence, personal health and well-being, career and life skills.

Citizenship—global knowledge, sensitivity to and respect for other cultures, active involvement in addressing issues of human and environmental sustainability.

Communication—communicate effectively orally, in writing and with a variety of digital tools; listening skills.

Critical thinking and problem solving—think critically to design and manage projects, solve problems, make effective decisions using a variety of digital tools and resources.

Collaboration—work in teams, learn from and contribute to the learning of others, social networking skills, empathy in working with diverse others.

Creativity and imagination—economic and social entrepreneurialism, considering and pursuing novel ideas, and leadership for action. (Fullan, 2013)

The four elements of learning design (learning partnerships, pedagogical practices, leveraging digital and learning environments) focus on the developing instructional practices to foster learning.

WebPartZone1_2
WebPartZone2_1
WebPartZone2_2
WebPartZone2_3
WebPartZone3_1
WebPartZone3_2
WebPartZone3_3
WebPartZone3_4
WebPartZone4_1
WebPartZone5_1
WebPartZone5_2
WebPartZone6_1
WebPartZone6_2
WebPartZone7_1
WebPartZone7_2
WebPartZone8_1
WebPartZone8_2
WebPartZone9_1
Last reviewed 23 April 2021
Last updated 23 April 2021