Junior Cycle Reform Framework

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Junior Cycle Reform Framework by Mind Map: Junior Cycle Reform Framework

1. Introduction

1.1. 24 Statements of Learning

1.2. 8 Principles

1.3. Basis for schools to plan for, design and evaluate

2. The Principles

2.1. Learning to learn

2.2. Choice and Flexibility

2.3. Quality

2.4. Creativity and Innovation

2.5. Engagement and Participation

2.6. Continuity and development

2.7. Inclusive education

2.8. Wellbeing

3. The Key Skills

3.1. Being Literate

3.2. Managing myself

3.3. Staying well

3.4. Managing information and thinking

3.5. Being Numerate

3.6. Being creative

3.7. Working with others

3.8. Communicating

4. The Statements of Learning

4.1. Communicates effectively

4.2. Listens, speaks, reads and writes in L2 and one other language

4.3. Creates, appreciates and critically interprets

4.4. Creates and presents artistic works

4.5. awareness of personal values and process of moral decision making

4.6. Appreciates and respects how diverse values, beliefs and traditions have contributed to the communities and culture in which she/he lives

4.7. Values what it means to be an active citizen

4.8. Values local, national and international heritage

4.9. Understands the origins and impacts of social, economic and environmental aspects

4.10. awareness, knowledge, skills, values and motivation to live sustainably

4.11. Takes action to safeguard and promote her/his wellbeing and that of others

4.12. Is a confident and competent participant in physical activity and is motivated to be physically active

4.13. Understands the importance of food and diet in making healthy lifestyle choices

4.14. informed financial decisions and develops good consumer skills

4.15. Recognises the potential uses of mathematical knowledge, skills and understanding

4.16. Describes, illustrates, interprets, predicts and explains patterns and relationships

4.17. Devises and evaluates strategies for investigating and solving problems

4.18. Observes and evaluates empirical events and processes and draws valid deductions and conclusions

4.19. Values the role and contribution of science and technology to society

4.20. Uses appropriate technologies in meeting a design challenge

4.21. Applies practical skills as she/he develop models and products using a variety of materials and technologies

4.22. Takes initiative, is innovative and develops entrepreneurial skills

4.23. Brings an idea from conception to realisation

4.24. nUses technology and digital media tools to learn, communicate, work and think collaboratively and creatively

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