The New CGEA main changes New lower level

The New CGEA main changes  New lower level

The New CGEA main changes New lower level (Course in Initial General Education for Adults) at NRS 1 Splitting of reading and writing (and numeracy and mathematics) into shorter modules (Units) of either reading or writing in one domain only.

Create texts for .. Purposes is one short unit ( 15 20 hours) Engage with texts for . Purposes is another short unit ( 15 20 hours) Numeracy and Mathematics units (45 60 hours)

New terminology Engage with texts.. was READ Create Textswas WRITE Personal purposes. similar to self expression

Employment purposes..similar to practical purposes Community purposes.similar to public debate Learning purposes similar to knowledge Unit format and language: Elements and performance features Required Skills and Knowledge Range and conditions Critical aspects of evidence Changes in structure and hours Core (must be completed)

Develop a learning plan Complete a project ( not required at initial level) Core Skills Core skills reading (4 units) Core Skills writing (4 units) Core skills numeracy and mathematics (3 units) Special interest electives Can use units from any TP as electives (at appropriate AQF level)

No GCO Employability skills are embedded in all units Assessment requirements detailed at beginning of document AND in unit Performance demonstrated on more than one occasion separated by time

Performance ( of required skills and knowledge ) demonstrated through at least 2 (Initial & Intro) or 3 ( Cert I, II & III) text types. Course in Initial General Education for Adults NRS level 1 for reading and writing, contributes to NRS level 1 for numeracy and mathematics

Core and Core skills: 190 hours Special Interest electives: 60 70 hours Total hours: 250 - 260 Certificate I (Introductory) in General Education for Adults NRS level 2 for reading and writing, NRS level 1

for Numeracy and mathematics Core and Core skills: 270 hours Special Interest electives: 80 - 100 hours Total hours: 350 370hours

Certificate I in General Education for Adults NRS level 3 for reading and writing and NRS level 2 and contributed partially to NRS level 3 for Numeracy and Mathematics Core and Core skills:

280 hours Special Interest electives 70 - 90 hours Total hours: 350 - 370 Certificate II in General Education for Adults NRS level 4 for reading and writing and numeracy and mathematics

Core and Core skills: 240 hours Special Interest electives: 60 - 80 hours Total hours: 300 - 320 Certificate III in General Education for Adults NRS level 5 for reading

and writing and numeracy and mathematics Core, Core skills and Special interest electives: 240 - 260 hours Must select a least 4 units from core skills in reading or writing or numeracy and

mathematics Numeracy & maths - criteria New initial level Smaller units Fewer assessment (performance) criteria Choice of units Numerical information crucial

Numeracy & maths - benefits Chance to update/improve/simplify Has given more flexibility and choice More hours/time to achieve the same/similar outcomes

Numeracy & maths - minuses Less coverage and breadth of maths Construct of different numeracies lost Structure of assessment criteria lost (maths knowledge/skills; language; interpretation)

Numeracy & maths relation to the old/current CGEA Time, money & directions = old Numeracy for Personal organisation Measurement & design = old Numeracy for Practical Purposes Interpret numerical and statistical information = old Numeracy for Interpreting Society Engage with mathematical techniques = old Numeracy for Knowledge

Working with the new CGEA Professional development priorities Working with the document Unpacking the language and structure of unit format?

Program structure and electives? Identifying other possible electives? Assessment Example tasks at different levels?

Interpreting the requirements? Designing new tasks? Moderation for ILP and Complete a project?

New coversheets? Electives? Resources Where are the gaps?

What can be adapted?

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