Curriculum Policy – Teaching and Learning, Assessment, Planning and Evaluation

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Use and adapt the following curriculum policy to suit your service and meet regulatory requirements. Your curriculum policy must be consistent with the curriculum framework and be informed by assessment, planning, and evaluation (documented and undocumented) that demonstrates an understanding […]

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