The Learning Craft Curriculum


The Learning Craft Curriculum


The Learning Craft works with schools and institutions aiming to add value with their training programmes. We work with you to infuse an effective method suited to your goals to provide needed results.

Schools and Learners
The Learning Craft(R) curriculum specifies ten learning areas: English Language, Mathematics, Science, Social Studies, Information and Communication Technology (ICT), Design and Technology, The Arts, Health and Physical education, Learning Languages, and Citizenship.
We use the learning associated with each area to form a broad or general education and build a foundation for future specialization.
The Learning Craft curriculum is focused on helping students acquire key competences hence it is "project and competency" based. This learning is both end and means: valuable in itself and for the opportunities it opens to other learning.
We present our learning areas in modules but not limiting the way schools structure the learning experiences offered to their students. All learning areas utilise natural connections that exist within them - the natural connections that link learning areas to values and key competencies.
We understand that every school and/or organisation has a set of values that are expressed in their philosophy so we are careful to identify mainly the core values of human existence in our curriculum

Institutions and Trainees
The Learning Craft(R) curriculum identifies three key areas as valuable to defining needful result-based training which are Connections, Competency, and Result Oriented feedback.
The training associated with these areas are part of a general purpose of empowering and putting the right talent or group together, providing the relevant skill set that will meet the objectives and achieve goals, and instant accessibility of the gains.
This curriculum focuses on helping to aquire the right attitude and competency- hence it is interactive and dependent on group effort while providing individual overall training and knowledge.
The training areas are presented in modules that allow for individual connections with the programme - this will help to infuse innovation and creativity of participants. It makes the training organic and interactive rather than instructive. The Learning Craft curriculum for institutions allows organisations to get self appraisals from their training programmes, helping them effectively plan the deployment of skills and talents.

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