NSW Curriculum Review
On 13 May 2018, the NSW Premier Gladys Berejiklian and Minister for Education Rob Stokes announced that NESA will undertake a review of the NSW curriculum to ensure it equips students to continue to contribute to Australian society into the 21st century. The last review took place in 1989. This is your opportunity to contribute to educational change.

NESA has engaged Professor Geoff Masters, CEO of the Australian Council for Educational Research (ACER) to lead the review.

Read the review's Terms of Reference here: https://nswcurriculumreview.nesa.nsw.edu.au/home/siteAreaContent/a044385b-b58d-4c96-8efc-451f29c1f321

As your advocate, TEA is seeking your opinion through this online survey. The results will be compiled and submitted to NESA on behalf of our Association. A copy of the submission will be included in the 2018 Semester 2 Edition of the TEA Magazine.
Educational Sector
1. In your opinion, what is the purpose of schooling in the 21st Century?
Your answer
2. Do you believe the current NSW Curriculum meets the purpose of schooling in the 21st Century described for Q1?
3. Do you believe that the current NSW Curriculum:
Yes
Maybe
No
Not sure
is overcrowded
duplicates content in different KLAs
allows scope for school community choices
4. Please provide more detail for your answers to Q3.
Your answer
5. Does the current NSW Curriculum address the essential knowledge, skills and attributes a student requires?
6. Please list the essential knowledge, skills and attributes you believe a student requires
Your answer
7. Suggest ways in which the current NSW Curriculum could be redesigned to better support TEACHING and LEARNING
Your answer
8. Do you believe the current A-E grading is the best way to assess and report on student achievement?
Strongly disagree
Strongly agree
9. Suggest ways in which the current NSW Curriculum could be redesigned to better support ASSESSMENT and REPORTING
Your answer
10. How important is the issue of transition for a learner, into school, across the years of schooling and into further study and/the workforce?
Not very important
Very Important
11. Suggest ways of improving every learner’s transition into school and across the years of schooling
Your answer
12. Suggests ways of enhancing the options and pathways for all students to further education and work
Your answer
13. Do you believe the current NSW Curriculum implementation supports:
Strongly disagree
Disagree
Neutral
Agree
Strongly agree
Teacher workload
Teacher professional learning
School organisation
Questions 14 - 16 are asking you to highlight areas or issues that will be impacted as a result of the curriculum review. Some suggestions have been provided to assist you with answering the question.
14. Identify the implications of any new approach to curriculum design for teacher workload
Your answer
When answering Q14, you may wish to consider: time frames, additional duties, work life balance, pre-service training
15. Identify the implications of any new approach to curriculum design for teacher professional learning
Your answer
When answering Q15, you may wish to consider: funding, maintenance of accreditation, differences across sites (schools) and sectors
16. Identify the implications of any new approach to curriculum design for school organisation
Your answer
When answering Q16, you may wish to consider: timetable, day timing
17. Anything further to add?
Your answer
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