Curriculum for Excellence – personalisation and co-creation

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The above sheets capture some of the ideas the East Lothian Principal Teachers came up with at their recent conference to personalise and co-create the curriculum.

Our next step is to convene a representative groups of PTs from each cluster/community to explore how we might build these ideas into our Curriculum for Excellence strategy for East Lothian.

2 thoughts on “Curriculum for Excellence – personalisation and co-creation

  1. Some interesting and inspiring thoughts on the flip-charts. I like the thoughts on tying in to pupils real life experiences on slide 3. Many of the slides touch on the need for experiential learning-and integrating this into the curriculum rather than just having bolt-on experiences (Outdoor Ed is often guilty of this if incorrectly valued). I guess we have known this since the days of Mr John Dewey (Amongst others) as he often mentioned the need for the pupils real lives to have some influence on how and what they study to achieve maximum learning potential. I would love to be involved in the future discussions -alas I am not a PT- so will keep an eye on the useful posts.

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