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Keeping curricula relevant, engaging and motivating appear to be some of the greatest challenges for curriculum planning and instruction today. Concept-based teaching as a philosophy is not new but we are at the baby stages of implementation. The interest and experimentation is indicative of a wider belief of its benefits for all educational levels. Wearing both the administrative and educator caps, I see the challenges of implementation, consensus building and nudging change within established practices that have yielded success. Perhaps what is needed now is the will of the administrators, the passion of the curriculum innovators and the drive of realisation of how this will not only enhance our key performance indicators but keep us relevant. More importantly, we do need to prepare our students for a contextual world of uncertainty where only perhaps certain universal concepts have their enduring presence. With the outlined truths of this implementation and the overwhelming truths of change management, it will ultimately be the leadership strength and the will of the masses that must forge the synergy of the paradigm shift.

 
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