Curriculum Concepts: - The ICT includes general outcomes, specific outcomes, illustrative examples, and assessment framework. The general outcomes are outcomes or general things that the student should know after completing a curriculum. These are things that the student is expected to know. Specific outcomes are explanations that retell the general outcomes, but in more detail. The specific outcomes include the skills that students are expected to have. Illustrative examples are samples of the tasks a teacher should be using in their classroom if they are applying the ICT. They are mainly suggestions and are there to be manipulated by the teachers however they see best fits their classroom. We can think of the examples as a stepping stone for teachers to use to get started, but they aren't a rigorous template that they have to follow. The assessment framework is again a guidline to how students should be assessed. It is not the exact way teachers have to assess their students, but it is there to support teachers if they aren't sure how they should be assessing their students.