People and Society: Advice and guidance for practitioners

Description

This resource provides advice and guidance for potential approaches to learning and teaching People and Society. People and Society provides an exciting opportunity for learning and teaching within relevant, challenging and enjoyable contexts in a flexible way.

This advice and guidance gives practitioners a variety of learning and teaching approaches and outlines some possible ways in which the Added Value Unit of the course can fit with the other Units.

  • Curriculum area / Subject

    • National 3 (People and Society)
    • National 4 (People and Society)
  • Level / Stage

    • National 3
    • National 4
  • Date

    30 April 2012
  • Status

    Currently In Use
  • Type

    NQ Support Materials
  • Advice to Users

    Users should check that documents conform with current SQA Arrangements.

  • Author

    Education Scotland
  • Publisher

    Education Scotland

  • Copyright

    Crown Copyright

Please note

This advice and guidance has been produced to support the profession with the delivery of courses which are either new or which have aspects of significant change within the new national qualifications (NQ) framework.

The advice and guidance provides suggestions on approaches to learning and teaching. Practitioners are encouraged to draw on the materials for their own part of their continuing professional development in introducing new national qualifications in ways that match the needs of learners.

Practitioners should also refer to the course and unit specifications and support notes issued by the Scottish Qualifications Authority.

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