Curriculum Revolutions is a tool to assist schools in creating, building and maintaining a joined-up curriculum that is cohesive and coherent. Martin Robinson's unique curriculum wheel leads you through a continuous cycle of planning, designing, delivering, reflecting upon and reviewing your curriculum.
The process will involve your managers, teachers and pupils, ensuring all understand the importance of a well-functioning curriculum as the cornerstone of the school and the quality of education it delivers. Good curriculum design is a collaborative affair, so each revolution of the wheel focuses on how to get staff working together productively.
Most importantly, from a design point of view, Curriculum Revolutions explores the potential pitfalls in the curriculum shape that a school adopts, either consciously or unconsciously. Robinson argues that a sophisticated understanding of the underlying structure, or 'thought architecture', can make all the difference to the quality of the continuing, unfolding project of good curriculum design.
About the Author
Martin Robinson worked in East London state schools for more than 20 years as a teacher, head of department, head of faculty, advanced skills teacher and school leader. For the past 10 years he has worked as an education consultant delivering CPD, workshops and keynote speeches about curriculum design, teaching methodology and culture, both in the UK and around the world.
Martin is the author of Trivium 21c; Trivium in Practice; and Curriculum: Athena vs the Machine. His website is www.trivium21c.com and he can be found on Twitter @Trivium21c.
|No of pages||116|
|Publication Date||21 Sep 2022|