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A contemporary curriculum - what are we talking about? is a Course

A contemporary curriculum - what are we talking about?

Starts Sep 14, 2020

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Date and time  

Tuesday 15 September 2020, 8.30 am to 9.30 am


Online – a Zoom link will be provided 24 hours prior to the event


This learning event is right for you if you are leading teaching and learning in your school


The steep learning curve combined with unparalleled levels of teacher and leader agency has put delivering a contemporary curriculum firmly back into the spotlight. New ways of working, new opportunities for learners, different ways of creating curriculum - opportunities abound. However, what really are the essential elements of a contemporary curriculum? Which questions are the most relevant and applicable for right now? How might we best serve our learners to prepare them for ongoing and rapid change? Where do we start?

Join highly esteemed global thought leader Dr Marie Hubley Alcock for a stimulating hour of exploration and practical insights derived from her work across the globe with educators in diverse contexts.

“Marie is a rising star in the field of curriculum development, mapping, and strategic planning. With her intelligence and passion, she helps educators focus on how to help the learners in their care.” - Dr. Heidi Hayes Jacobs, President - Curriculum Designers, Inc.

Key takeaways              

  • insights into delivery of personalised learning
  • ability to identify quality learning targets
  • hallmarks of quality, contemporary curriculum

Presenter information

Dr Marie Hubley Alcock              

As president of Learning Systems Associates, Dr. Marie Hubley Alcock serves as a national and international education consultant. Her work focuses on the areas of curriculum, instruction, and assessment design. She has spent the last twenty-five years working in public and private education as a teacher, administrator, and public advocate. She is the founder of Tomorrow’s Education Network ‐ a nonprofit dedicated to promoting student literacy. Dr Hubley Alcock has been working with schools to improve student motivation and literacy development through digital tools,  game design and questing.