Lo mthamo asks you to take whole school development out into the broader context of the community of schools in your district.
There are a number of ways of looking at curriculum and the issues central to thinking about curriculum and what and how learners should learn. In lo mthamo, we will ask you to look at curriculum by examining what you do in your classroom.
In this strand we move beyond the school. We look at how education, learning, learners, teachers and schools fit within the larger society.
This umthamo offers you the opportunity to look at how `inclusive` your classroom is, and to try to make it more `inclusive`.
This umthamo connects with and expands upon the imithamo on Curriculum and also on many other imithamo in other strands of the course.
In this umthamo, we will consider ways of making sure that there are `resources` in our classrooms from which learners can learn independently, without direct supervision from the educator.
In this umthamo, we will think about, and try out, ways of organising learners into groups in the classroom, in order to help them to learn more actively and effectively along these lines.
In lo mthamo, teachers will look more closely at the languages you use in your classroom.
Lomthamo is the second in the "Helping Learners Learn" strand. In lomthamo, teachers will look at learner-centredness.
In Iomthamo,teachers will think about, and try out, ways of organising learners into groups in the classroom, in order to help them to learn more actively and effectively.