I’d like to acknowledge Ben Arscott’s (2018) article in Impact, as the inspiration for the structure of this blog post, which is part of the Curriculum In Science symposium.
- Part one of the series is by Adam Boxer.
- Part two is by Ruth Walker: language of curriculum
- Part three is by Gethyn Jones: designing curriculum with prior knowledge and misconceptions in mind.
- Part four is by Jasper Green: Big Ideas in curriculum design.
- Part five is by Tim Oates: designing for practical assessment.
- Part six is by Pritesh Raichura: choosing content
We’ve run a Subject Knowledge Enhancement (SKE) course at the University of Southampton since they were first introduced. They are designed to improve the subject knowledge of trainee teachers prior to their PGCE. If you want to know more check our website.
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