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NSS Teaching & Learning Conceptual Framework 2014
The key guiding principles of the NSS T&L framework 2014 aims to nurture motivated learners who will become assets of community through CSS (core, support and stretch) curriculum that maximise their potential. The design of these curriculum is guided by CAP (identification of content & skills focus, assessment for learning & selection of appropriate pedagogies). RICE, Reflective practices drive on-going curriculum innovations to create a conducive environment and engaged learning.
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