【CCL资料】CCL Education 教育背景知识音频资料（四：Student diversity）
Updated: Oct 19, 2019
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*本段英文音频及文本资料加入了更多关于assurance of support的信息。
ACARA is committed to the development of a high-quality curriculum for all Australian students, one that promotes excellence and equity in education. All students are entitled to rigorous, relevant and engaging learning programs drawn from a challenging curriculum that addresses their individual learning needs.
Teachers will use the Australian Curriculum to develop teaching and learning programs that build on students’ interests, strengths, goals and learning needs, and address the cognitive, affective, physical, social and aesthetic needs of all students.
These materials are presented as a resource for principals, schools and teachers. They are intended to:
• help ensure that all students are able to access and participate in the Australian Curriculum
• provide advice as to how the three-dimensional design of the Australian Curriculum may be used to address the learning needs of all students
• provide specific advice with regard to meeting the learning needs of students with disability, gifted and talented students, and students for whom English is an additional language or dialect
• provide examples illustrating how students with diverse needs can access and participate in the Australian Curriculum.
The Melbourne Declaration on Educational Goals for Young Australians (MCEETYA, 2008) (Melbourne Declaration) provides the policy framework for the Australian Curriculum. It includes two goals:
Goal 1: Australian schooling promotes equity and excellence.
Goal 2: All young Australians become successful learners, confident and creative individuals and active and informed citizens.
The ways in which the Australian Curriculum has been designed to address these goals are detailed in The Shape of the Australian Curriculum Version 4 (ACARA, 2012). The propositions that shape the development of the Australian Curriculum establish expectations that the Australian Curriculum is appropriate for all students. These propositions include:
• that each student can learn and that the needs of every student are important
• that each student is entitled to knowledge, understanding and skills that provide a foundation for successful and lifelong learning and participation in the Australian community
• that high expectations should be set for each student as teachers account for the current level of learning of individual students and the different rates at which students develop
• that the needs and interests of students will vary, and that schools and teachers will plan from the curriculum in ways that respond to those needs and interests.