Research School Network: Evidence-Informed Curriculum Development Exploring how to develop a coherent and diverse curriculum for long-term learning.‍

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Evidence-Informed Curriculum Development

Exploring how to develop a coherent and diverse curriculum for long-term learning.‍

Tickets *

£ 300 - For up to two staff members. Subsidies may be available.

* Limit 1 per person

Dates

14 November, 2022
08:00 - 09:00

Online

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Overview
This 3‑day equivalent (2 full days plus 3 online twilights) programme explores the best bets for developing a coherent and diverse curriculum for long-term learning. 

The programme explores:

1. The big picture: identifying the core knowledge and structuring it for progression and coherence
2. Zooming in: Lesson activities to secure learning
3. Diversity: a curriculum for all children
4. Making it stick: a curriculum for long-term learning
5. Disciplinary Literacy: explicit teaching of the speaking, reading and writing models for each subject
6. Implementation planning



What’s the purpose of the programme?

This programme ensures that subject leaders understand the supporting theory, evidence and principles of successful curriculum design for long-term learning. They are then able to apply this to their own contexts and develop a plan for impactful implementation.

Who is the programme for?
The programme is aimed at middle and senior leaders in with responsibility for curriculum development.

The programme will launch in Autumn 2 with sessions running through to Summer 2. Exact dates will be confirmed in September.

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