Fieldwork Education International Primary Curriculum (IPC)

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Fieldwork Education

Fieldwork Education Is A Complete And Comprehensive Curriculum

Fieldwork Education is being used in over 1,000 schools in over 90 countries worldwide. This is a leading international curriculum that is learning-focused as it aims to teach students to understand the world around them.

 

The curriculum is continuously updated, keeping its rigorous focus relevant to the students it serves. It provides an opportunity for differentiation of learning activities and tasks across units of learning that present challenges and choices for learners to engage with. This curriculum is unique as it defines international learning goals that help students develop a sense of global mindedness.

 

Fieldwork Education provides an extensive digital resource library that provides the materials for each unit of study. These units are enhanced by the teacher exposing students to various literature/reading materials that support the content being taught. 

Fieldwork Education IPC Goals

Learning Goals

The learning goals are the foundation on which the International Primary Curriculum is built. The IPC provides children with subject goals, personal learning goals, and uniquely, international learning goals, and these are defined for each age phase:

 

Ages 5-7
Milepost 1
Ages 7-9
Milepost 2
Ages 9-11
Milepost 3

Subject Goals

Subject goals include the knowledge, skills and awareness of children related to the topics they are learning. The personal goals emphasise the individual qualities and natures we believe children will find essential in the current era. There are 8 IPC Personal Goals – enquiry, resilience, morality, communication, thoughtfulness, cooperation, respect and adaptability. Learning tasks built into each unit of work will allow students to experience and practise the 8 IPC Personal Goals are subject learning goals for Language Arts, Mathematics, Science, ICT & Computing, Technology, History, Geography, Music, Physical Education, Art and Society.

Personal Goals

Subject goals include the knowledge, skills and awareness of children related to the topics they are learning. The Personal goals emphasise the individual qualities and natures we believe children will find essential in the current era. There are 8 IPC Personal Goals – enquiry, resilience, morality, communication, thoughtfulness, cooperation, respect and adaptability. Learning tasks built into each unit of work will allow students to experience and practise the 8 IPC Personal Goals here are subject learning goals for Language Arts, Mathematics, Science, ICT & Computing, Technology, History, Geography, Music, Physical Education, Art and Society.

International Learning Goals

International learning goals are distinct to the curriculum and help young children begin the passage towards a progressively sophisticated national, international and intercultural perspective. Each thematic IPC unit includes an international aspect, to help develop a sense of ‘international mindedness’.
Smiling student with backpack on his way to class to study the Fieldwork Education International Primary Curriculum.