How a curriculum is formed 1.Government (ministery of education) : learning objectives (What ?) 2. Schools or representative organisation (VVKSO) (How): curriculum and learning outcomes 3.Teacher : lesson objectives Quality management and support 1.Government : inspection (once pro 5 years) : have the learning objectives been achieved ? Financial support and acreditation can be reduced or lost. 2.Support : pedagogical coaches (PBDKO): methodology
Distiction between BSO (more practical) and TSO (more in dept exploration) First level : uniform education : 1/6 to 1/3 specific Second level : more domain specific Specific differentiation in third level (plantcultivation / animalbreeding / animalcaring/ environment) Curriculum : frame (no detailed prescription): freedom at the needs of the region still polyvalent Up to date, following existing regulations Persue a steady more complicating course pro level (building up + repetition) Integraded training : Theoretical subject matter followed by practical training (ratio ¼) Practical experience during internship, workplace learning, job shadowing (externship), studyvisits, projects and thesis
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