Learning Progressions

Learning progressions

What are learning progressions?

Learning progressions describe the developmental sequence of learning in a particular domain. We can think of them as learning maps. These maps help students, teachers and parents to better understand where the students is now and the next steps in learning. Learning progressions include:


How do teachers use learning progressions?

Learning progressions are not the curriculum. They are not a checklist.

Teachers use the learning progressions in conjunction with the syllabus in the context of the teaching and learning cycle. This short video (10min) and diagram below help to explain what this might look like in practice. 

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