Part One sets out the Minimum Core specification – that is the expected minimum level of literacy, language, numeracy and ICT skills of all further education teachers. Part Two is a simplified and updated version of the Inclusive Practice guidance that accompanied the original Minimum Core document. It aims to offer practical. Adult Core Curriculum The Adult Core Curricula were developed to guide practitioners in teaching Literacy & Numeracy. They were devised in , and although no longer in print, are stilll used alongside Functional Skills to help develop adults' literacy & numeracy skills.
The adult literacy and numeracy core curriculum The new adult literacy and numeracy core curriculum is central to the national strategy. It sets out the entitlement to learning for all adults who have difficulties with literacy and numeracy. It describes . However, the minimum core should really apply to everyone, not just those taking a teaching qualification or applying for QTLS status. All trainers, assessors and anyone who supports the teaching, learning and assessment process should ideally be proficient in the minimum core skills.
The core curriculum is a set of courses in the liberal arts, humanities, sciences, and political, social, and cultural histories that all undergraduates of an institution of higher education are required to complete before receiving a degree. 2 The Adult Numeracy Core Curriculum • adult literacy and numeracy curricula and initiatives that have been developed in other countries (and, in particular, in the United States of America, Australia, Canada and France). As the national strategy unfolds, the core curriculum will be reviewed and updated to build.