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Many schools are currently in the process of evaluating and re-designing their curriculum. In this one day seminar, facilitator, Chris Quigley, will guide delegates through three stages of curriculum design: intent, implementation and impact.
• building ‘cultural capital’
• mapping breadth study
• creating a curriculum progression model
• articulating curriculum design rationale
• visualising end points.
• using research from the learning sciences to guide implementation decisions
• using subject specific pedagogy (content pedagogical knowledge)
• the role of subject leaders (or equivalent).
• assessment methodologies
• how to monitor attainment without flight paths, predicted grades or point scores.
By the end of this seminar delegates will:
• Consider and understand the research underpinning the Ofsted 2019 framework
• Have explored the research around curriculum design for long-term memory
• Advance their understanding of the importance of curriculum breadth
• Have explored, in detail, a curriculum progression model
• Have considered the rationale for the design of the curriculum.
• Understand how to plan curriculum breadth to build cultural capital
• Understand the curriculum design issues involved in long-term memory
• Understand how to develop a curriculum progression model
• Understand the limitations of working memory
• Learn practical strategies to overcome the limitations of long-term memory
• Explore subject specific pedagogies
• Explore assessment strategies
• Explore monitoring strategies without flight paths, point scores or predicted grades
• Explore implications for subject leaders (or equivalent).