Find out how Craven College innovated their maths curriculum to ensure students understand the importance of maths to their future careers.
Vocational Education Exchange Magazine November 2016
This month, we take a deeper look at curriculum innovation and keeping curricula relevant in line with the rapid pace of change in industry and technology. We have case studies on innovating the maths curriculum, showing how coaching can support teachers to adapt to change, top tips to using technology to enhance learning, and much more. Read on for ideas on how to innovate.
The course combines the right balance of creativity with technical computing to achieve this and enable students to pursue a career in the industry.
Following on from last months Case study on 'Flipped learning' this month's case study shows how Hull College Group support teachers through coaching to help implement Curriculum innovation.
Exeter College’s Media Department and the National Health Service (NHS) collaborated to develop a new curriculum model. The challenge was in creating a model that would provide industry-relevant learning experiences for students, while also meeting the business needs of the NHS.
Based on a great case study from Reading College on using digital technology in the classroom, we have put together some great tips on how you can better integrate technology into the classroom too.
Find out how Leeds City College uses curriculum planning to serve the need of a dynamic local market. You will gain understanding of the importance of the Local Market Intelligence in the process of curriculum planning and the innovative tools used to support the process.
Our Vocational Education magazine has been running now for over half a year (check if you missed any content). Now we’d like to do more to communicate and engage with you, the readers; find out about your current situation and the challenges you face, and offer direct advice you can apply to your work.