Public Goods for the FLN Classroom

Easy-to-use tightly connected tools that can be adapted to a state or community need to develop a robust FLN programme.
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Learning Outcome Framework

LOF provides a comprehensive scope and sequence of grade and age-appropriate learning progression. It breaks down learning outcomes into specific sub-learning objectives, which guide and inform teacher practice. Domains represent the main areas of knowledge and skills, competencies are identified as sub-skills that must be acquired to develop proficiency, subdivided into multiple micro-learning objectives, creating a sequenced progression.

Literacy Teacher Guides & Workbook

Literacy Teacher Guide and Workbook offers comprehensive resources for Grade 1 to 3 teachers. The Teacher Guide includes evidence-based lesson plans for Grades 1 to 3, emphasising active participation, a balanced approach, and systematic instruction. Icons for micro-routines aid teacher navigation, while the Student Workbook offers 1:1 mapped worksheets with worked-out examples for independent practice. The Teacher Guide serves as a one-stop solution for understanding the curriculum and structured pedagogy.

Numeracy Teacher Guides & Workbook

Numeracy Teacher Guides combine lesson plans with step-by-step instructions to drive student learning, while the student workbooks contain carefully crafted worksheets. With 91 plans for Grade 1, 82 for Grade 2, and 80 for Grade 3, our materials follow the 5P instruction principles: Prepare, Play, Process, Practice, and Problem Solve. These resources offer a holistic approach to numeracy instruction, seamlessly integrating key concepts into engaging worksheets for independent practice.

Assessment Item Bank

Assessment Item Bank is a valuable resource containing a wide range of high-quality assessment items, ensuring that FLN programmes and teachers have the necessary tools to measure student learning effectively. By identifying gaps in student learning and highlighting possible errors or misconceptions, the Item Bank provides valuable insights for classroom instruction. It incorporates a well-defined "Scope and Sequence" framework, outlining micro-level learning competencies aligned with national and international standards. Additionally, the Item Bank provides detailed mapping at the item level, including possible student misconceptions, further enhancing its usefulness in informing classroom instruction.