SERA Connects: What does it mean to ‘make’ a curriculum? with Professor Mark Priestley

SERA Connects: What does it mean to ‘make’ a curriculum?

Date and time: Thursday 9th July, 4.00pm-5.00pm

Presenter: A seminar hosted by Prof. Mark Priestley (University of Stirling)

Who is this online seminar for: This seminar will be of interest to teachers, researchers and other key stakeholders interested in curriculum.

Professor Mark Priestley (University of Stirling) will lead a presentation and subsequent discussion which will:

  • Define curriculum as social practice, understood systemically across multiple sites of activity.
  • Provide an overview of existing thinking/literature about curriculum levels.
  • Introduce the conceptualisation of curriculum as social practice within different intertwined sites of activity.
  • Consider the implications for curriculum making in Scotland, in the context of CfE and the forthcoming OECD review of the curriculum.

We hope that this discussion will provide a supportive space for teachers, researchers and other stakeholders to share practice and critically consider the implications of the discussions for their own context.

Sign up to this event through Eventbrite. Please join at 3:50pm for the presentation and discussion starting at 4:00pm.

Please note that this event will be recorded. If you do not wish to appear on the recording, please turn off your video camera when you join.

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