Curriculum-making is what teachers do when they select content and approaches to teaching, in creative ways that suit their pupil’s needs. Teachers draw on their professional expertise to make decisions that shape learning in their school. The following questions are useful for the process of curriculum making:
Where to start? GLP-W planning templates help with the process of selection and decision making. Download examples below:
Enquiry is an approach that encourages pupils to actively participate and collaborate in their learning. An enquiry cycle starts with questions, seeks to answer those questions and to analyse and reflect on what has been found out in critical ways. It evaluates what has been learnt and can inform a course of action. Enquiry approaches are not static but generate new ideas and new questions, building a growing spiral of understanding. Find out more about using the Enquiry Framework.