Curriculum for Excellence 2.0
Scotland launched the Curriculum for Excellence in 2010 after a significant amount of research and international input. It has been lauded for putting pupils at the heart of the learning process, emphasising the development of skills and empowering teachers as co-creators of the curriculum. So is it working? The government outlook is optimistic but teachers at the grassroots are not convinced. Is it time for a reboot? And if so, what direction should Scottish education be heading in? At EduMod’s launch, the biggest issue of them all in Scotland will be opened up and debated.
Rowena Arshad, Walter Humes and Neil McLennan will be speaking.
Hashi Mohammed one of the leading commentators on social mobility in the UK, will debate social mobility issues at Edmod on 17 Aug 2019.⠀ ⠀ Find out more about our guest speakers at:⠀ summerhousemedia.com/edumod-s…⠀ ⠀ #Edumod #socialmobility #Edfringe @edumod @edfringe @hm_hashi pic.twitter.com/zRTC92z1pp