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Strategie učení v kurikulu všeobecného vzdělávání

Title in English Learning strategies in the curriculum in the Czech Republic

VLČKOVÁ Kateřina

Year of publication 2007
Type Article in Periodical
Magazine / Source Orbis scholae
MU Faculty or unit

Faculty of Education

Field Pedagogy and education
Keywords learning strategies - curriculum - key competencies - competency for learning - framework educational programme - school educational programme - elementary education - primary education - comprehensive secondary education - evaluation - assessment
Description One of the main goals of the elementary and comprehensive education is to learn appropriate learning strategies. This goal is defined in the Framework Educational Programme for Elementary Education (2005) and FEP for Upper Secondary Comprehensive Education (2006) above all in the competence for learning, and should be reflected in the goals and evaluation tools specified in the school educational programmes. It is often a problem, however, to put this competence evaluation into effect in the school practice. Some of the learning strategies work for different content areas, some of them are specific; part of the evaluation will be therefore common for many of the content areas, while another part will be specific. The article focuses on the topic of learning strategies in the context of current research, theory, assessment and evaluation and the current curricular reform in the Czech Republic.
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