Curriculum Research Training Programme Available

Published: 24 February 2020
A three-day training programme to support 'using evidence to develop the curriculum' is available as part of the Research Led Sheffield programme, supported by Huntington Research School.

This programme will explore the best available evidence around teaching and learning that supports a cohesive curriculum. We will explore, develop and challenge teacher beliefs about learning, assessment, and curriculum design. This will enable delegates to have improved processes for self-evaluation and make appropriate links between curriculum, pedagogy and assessment whilst also attending to reduced teacher workload.The aim is to improve teacher knowledge and self-efficacy around curriculum design and for an evidence-informed and more cohesive curriculum to lead to improved outcomes for pupils.

Course Lead: Huntington Research School Core Team

Cost: £295 + VAT (per place)


Date Session
20 April 2020
9.00 - 3.30pm
Day 1
Beliefs and assumptions. The debate and essential evidence. Curriculum development prioritisation, exploring and preparing for change.
19 May 2020
Day 2
Foundations for change. Curriculum design: the principles and evidence. Retrieval practice case studies and implementation planning.
29 June 2020
Day 3
 The challenge of behaviour change. Teacher development structures and exploring the evidence on curriculum coherence. Developing our curriculum for sustained success.


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