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Rethinking Curriculum-Experiential Learning in Primary Schools

This is a webinar! 

We hear from schools and practitioners that our primary curriculum is overfilled, disjointed and not giving our children the best opportunities in some cases.

We will bring together a group of expert practitioners and researchers to discuss experiential learning, with an opportunity for discussion and questions for all audience members to learn about the why, how and what next in the implementation of an experiential curriculum.

It will be particularly valuable to primary teachers, those involved in curriculum design more broadly, and all educators who want to learn about experiential curriculum in practice.

This is being shared with you as part of ‘Rethinking Curriculum’, a project aiming to support and equip teachers and school leaders with the knowledge and skills to identify, plan and implement curriculum development work in a sustainable, context specific and impactful approach.

This webinar will build upon the work by our partners on Rethinking Curriculum at the Helen Hamlyn Centre for Pedagogy and their literature review on experiential learning. Experiential Learning for Children Aged 4-14: A Rapid Evidence Assessment – UCL Discovery

About the session

This webinar is part of a series around curriculum enrichment in primary schools as part of the extensive project for the Chartered College, Rethinking Curriculum. This aims to support and equip teachers and school leaders with the knowledge and skills to identify, plan and implement curriculum development work in a sustainable, creative and place based approach. This will mean that all pupils will have access to an expansive, inspiring curriculum that connects them with local communities and enables them to lead healthy, fulfilled lives.

Our webinar series around curriculum enrichment aims to bring experts around curriculum implementation with a variety of foci from youth social action, play, oracy, pupil agency, sustainability and many more. This series will be brought to you over the academic year 2023-24 and will aim to share from experts and allow attendees to discuss and ask questions. You will also have resources from the project pilot made available to you in relation to the webinar topics.

Event attendees will have access not just to the event itself but to supporting materials and resources in order to start discussions in their settings.

Recommended reading: This recommended reading provides useful wider, related reading on this topic but is not required in advance of the event.

Experiential Learning for Children Aged 4-14: A Rapid Evidence Assessment – UCL Discovery

The session will be hosted by Jenna Crittenden ( Curriculum Design Lead and part of the Professional Learning and Accreditation team) from the Chartered College of Teaching and will include the opportunity for attendees to pose their own questions to our guest panel around their experiences in implementing social action in primary schools.

Find out more about the Chartered College of Teaching:

Being a member of the Chartered College of Teaching is a powerful statement to employers of your commitment to professionalism and high quality teaching. Learn more about the Chartered College of Teaching:

  • Early Career Hub – The Early Career Hub is our one-stop shop for trainee teachers, early career teachers, and those involved in supporting, coaching and mentoring those new to the profession.

Date: Tuesday, January 30th 2024

Time: 11:00 am- 12:00 pm EST

Cost: Free!

Use this link to learn more or register for this webinar: https://www.eventbrite.com.au/e/rethinking-curriculum-experiential-leaning-in-primary-schools-tickets-765156974107?aff=erelexpmlt&keep_tld=1

  • Language: English

Date

Jan 30 2024
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11:00 am - 12:00 pm

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  • Fuseau horaire : America/New_York
  • Date : Jan 30 2024
  • Heure : 11:00 am - 12:00 pm

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Charted College of Teachers
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