The thinking that goes behind a future-focused approach to curriculum is a key part of developing a full approach to modern learning. This programme will take you on a journey exploring ideas about curriculum and how it translates into classroom practice. including the implications for designing learning experiences for learners.
The programme begins on Monday 16 February 2015, and runs for 17 weeks.
$750 + GST for one person
$1500 +GST for two people
$1800 + GST for three people
For 4 or more people, you will receive a greater % discount. To register for 4+ people from the same school, please click the ‘Register for 4+ people' button and fill in the form with names of all participants to be registered.
Leaders of curriculum in schools who are looking for ways to engage staff in designing and implementing curriculum practices that align with the NZC.
17 week course divided into four modules (4-5 weeks per module).
5-8 professional learning hours per module, including three hours online facilitation.
Each module will look like this:
Week 1 - synchronous online session to explore the module content and discuss the main themes.
Weeks 2-3 - complete a task, supported by online resources and discussions and contributed to by the facilitators.
Week 4-5 - group feedback and reflection via an online conference and completion of the module.
Access to the resources will remain open to participants until the end of the year in which the course is undertaken.
The participants collaborate together throughout the programme.
Module one: Understanding the context for change
Module two: Learner-centred curriculum design
Module three: Supporting a knowledge building curriculum
Module four: Developing a future focused school curriculum
Derek Wenmoth - Derek is the Director of eLearning CORE Education Ltd. He has a broad background in education, with experience as a teacher and principal at the primary and secondary school level, and in teacher education and e-Education. Derek is also a senior advisor in e-Learning for MOE and government with 20 years’ experience in designing and facilitating online programmes.
Phone: 021 336 971
Mary Anne Mills – Mary Anne is responsible for CORE’s professional learning and curriculum programmes in CORE. She has extensive experience as a secondary teacher and as a professional learning facilitator. She was programme manager for the NZC within the Ministry of Education.
Phone: 021 823 955