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  1. The new SACE AN OVERVIEW OF DEVELOPMENTS TO DATE

  2. The Structure of the new SACE SACE = 200 Credits Modified subjects for students with significant disabilities Compulsory Stage 1 Compulsory Stage 2 40 Credits 70 Credits RESEARCH PROJECT 10 Credits ‘C’ Grade or better Personal Learning Plan 10 Credits ‘C’ Grade or better Numeracy 10 Credits Literacy 20 Credits Stage 2 Subjects & Courses 60 Credits Additional choices subjects & courses from either Stage 1 or Stage 2 Compulsory Stage 1 = 40 Credits Compulsory Stage 2 = 70 Credits 90 Credits Additional choices = 90 Credits

  3. The new SACE • NEW SUBJECTS • The Personal Learning Plan • The Research Project • VET Subjects • Flexible Learning Subjects • Cross Disciplinary Combinations • Modified Subjects

  4. The new SACE • TIMELINES • 2004 - 2006 Review • First PD 2008 PLP • Phase 1 2009 First Year 10 PLP • Phase 2 2010 Redeveloped ‘new’ Stage 1 subjects • Phase 3 2011 Redeveloped ‘new’ Stage 2 subjects Research Project

  5. The new SACE Built on two main components CAPABILITIES PERFORMANCE STANDARDS

  6. CAPABILITIES • Personal Development • Work • Communication • Citizenship • Learning

  7. PERFORMANCE STANDARDS Graded from A – E Some subjects require a minimum standard of C Determined through the processes of Assessment, Quality Assurance and Moderation A continuum of progress

  8. The new SACE Consultation/Recent Information Moderation how it will be done TER how it will be calculated (ATAR) VET how it will contribute to SACE completion National (Australian) Curriculum how it parallels the SACE

  9. The new SACE National ( Australian) Curriculum • Trials to begin in 2011 • Some subjects compulsory up to and including Year 10 • SACE Board has jurisdiction • Parallels to the SACE

  10. The new SACE Key point to remember: Years 11 and 12 reflect the certification end of an education process that reflects these teaching methods from primary school level. When this is in place then the process will be complete.

  11. Capabilities The point of it all/the heart of it all The SACE is designed to deliver learning and personal formation to each young person Creating the self directed learner

  12. Capabilites Catholic schools have the added dimension of faith development The process of capabilities development also adds to teacher development

  13. Capabilities Student questions: What have I learnt? What am I going to do with this learning? How can I improve further? See learning as the distance travelled People being the best they can be