School-based curriculum is the general policy ordained by the Curriculum Development Council for schools’ consideration in the design of a quality curriculum conducive to effective pupil learning. Schools are encouraged to adapt the Central Curriculum to suit their unique contexts.
Directly, there are natural components of schooling that lead to learning life lessons. Indirectly, teachers often take advantage of what they refer to as teachable moments to expand topics or to discuss aspects of life that are brought up by students during class.
One simple measure of a teacher effectiveness in the classroom could be timing how long a student is engaged with a task.The beauty of this method is that, while it’s fairly crude, it’s easy to measure, track and compare.Moreover, logic follows that if you improve how long a student engages with a topic for, their learning will surely improve.