: Series of twilight webinars on curriculum development This series looks at how evidence on cognitive science and deliberate practice can be applied to curriculum planning

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Series of twilight webinars on curriculum development

This series looks at how evidence on cognitive science and deliberate practice can be applied to curriculum planning

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1 May, 2024
15:30 - 16:30

13 May, 2024
15:30 - 16:30

6 June, 2024
15:30 - 16:30

21 June, 2024
15:30 - 16:30

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A five-part series of webinars, led by John Holmes, looking at how evidence on cognitive science and deliberate practice can be applied to medium and long term curriculum planning.

Each session will run from 3.30pm – 4.30pm and provide opportunities for discussion with fellow participants.

  1. Why curriculum planning matters: getting the right goals (1st May)
    Designing meaningful composite curriculum outcomes will make the curriculum more memorable.
  2. Composite knowledge (13th May)
    Breaking composite curriculum goals into component chunks supports progress.
  3. Sequencing: coherence and progression (6th June)
    How you can make a curriculum that introduces new content and still feels like a holistic, unified entity.
  4. Interleaving, and building a rich curriculum (21st June)
    Combining different topics to support learning, and supporting learning through the provision of a rich curriculum.
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John Holmes

Research School Director

John leads school improvement at Tudor Grange Academies Trust and, is the founding Director of Tudor Grange Research School.
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