BSSS Course development consultation
Consultation is an essential component of the curriculum development process. The BSSS encourages feedback.
Consultation plays an integral role in establishing the directions for the design and development of the curriculum. Feedback is sought from teachers and principals.
Consultation feedback, reports and actions
Consultation feedback is provided by teachers in the form of online surveys. The BSSS has a comprehensive process in place with accreditation panels to review all consultation feedback and take appropriate action to improve draft curriculum documents.
Formal consultation reports summarise the key findings received from the stakeholder consultation and will be made publicly available.
Feedback on draft curriculum
The BSSS consultation site allows you to read, review and provide feedback on curriculum documents as they become available for public consultation. Feedback can be provided by completing an online survey. The feedback is used to revise and improve the draft materials so that the best possible quality curriculum are developed and published.
The survey must be completed online. In order to complete a survey, select the subject survey and click on the relevant survey.
Respondents also have the option to provide additional written comments. The BSSS requests that written comments are organised under section headings used in the questionnaire (where relevant) to assist in the analysis of all responses.
Following consultation, the draft curriculum documents will be revised for Board approval, prior to publication on the BSSS website.
The following courses are ready for consultation and feedback:
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