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Curriculum Concerns

A curriculum is a predetermined programme of learning and has three components: a set of aims and objectives which articulate the intended student achievements (what they know, what they can do...

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  • David Scott

Blog post4 Feb 2016

Reading More Wisely

In 2014, ReadingWise invited us to carry out an independent study of its Computer-Based Literacy Programme for Accelerated Reading Acquisition. Following exploratory meetings, schools and adult...

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  • John MacBeath
  • Alex Alexandrou

Blog post7 Dec 2015

Can Social Realism Do Social Justice?

Our BERA presentation, ‘Can Social Realism Do Social Justice: Debating the Warrants for Curriculum Knowledge Selection’, is based on a paper of the same title, soon to be available online from...

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  • Lew Zipin
  • Marie Brennan

Blog post16 Sep 2015

Teaching Maths for Social Justice

Teaching mathematics is a social justice issue. Despite numerous calls from the mathematics education community, the curriculum in England remains stubbornly resistant to change. Too many...

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  • Pete Wright

Blog post23 Jun 2015

British Curriculum Forum

The British Curriculum Forum aims to bring together all those with an interest in collaborative curriculum, research and development. Through events, awards and grants, the BCF supports...

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