It is a complicated process that needs to be carefully thought through and involves much strategic decision making. Follow these steps to design your curriculum, whether you are starting from scratch or reviewing your existing curriculum. Begin by establishing your curriculum principles. In essence, you r principles should clarify the vision for your curriculum. Tip: Hold plenty of discussions to define and share your curriculum principles, vision and intentions with stakeholders. After clarifying your principles and purpose, you should set out your pupil entitlement sometimes known as pupil offer.
An Introduction to Curriculum Design and Planning.
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Curriculum units, the product of the Fellows' seminar experience, are designed to teach their own students about the seminar subject. Each curriculum unit contains: content objectives — a clear statement of the subject matter the unit seeks to cover; teaching strategies — a unified, coherent teaching plan for those objectives; classroom activities; resources for teachers and students; and an appendix on how the unit implements academic standards of the school district. Thousands of curriculum units written since are a treasure trove of ideas and procedures for teaching subjects in the humanities and in STEM fields in grades K Each unit is designated by three two-digit numbers e. The Index does not indicate whether the units are primarily for elementary or secondary school grades because a great many of the units, whatever their original audience, are readily adaptable for use across a wide range of grades. The curriculum units Fellows write are their own. They are compiled in a volume for each seminar.
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The relationship between child health, wellbeing and education demonstrates that healthier and happier children achieve higher educational attainment. An engaging curriculum that facilitates children in achieving their academic potential has strong implications for educational outcomes, future employment prospects, and health and wellbeing during adulthood. Outdoor learning is a pedagogical approach used to enrich learning, enhance school engagement and improve pupil health and wellbeing. However, its non-traditional means of achieving curricular aims are not yet recognised beyond the early years by education inspectorates.