Curriculum Leadership in the International School - PTC 302

(formerly called "Curriculum and Resource Development") 

MIAMI: 15-21 June, 2015 (1st offering); 1-7 July, 2015 (2nd offering) | LONDON: 23-29 June, 2015
Facilitators: Gordon Eldridge and Glen Karlsson (Miami 1st offering); Ann Straub and Theresa Cullen Hill (Miami 2nd offering); Pip Curtis and Treena Casey (London)

A school is most clearly defined by its curriculum - what students learn, how they will learn and how we will know whether they have learned. In the international school, where teachers, students and parents are in constant transition, clear, coherent curriculum is even more essential. The leadership team in an international school bears full responsibility for ensuring it is in place and effective. This course will equip participants to lead a full curriculum process, including development, implementation and monitoring.

Participants will learn and practice:

  • How current research about teaching and learning should influence international school curriculum design
  • Defining what students should learn, who should determine this and how we can ensure the ‘right’ learning intentions
  • Alignment of intended learning, instructional and assessment practices
  • Process for getting curriculum written in your school
  • The structures and systems available for getting curriculum implemented
  • Effective curriculum monitoring process

In order to access course materials, participants are required to bring a laptop computer with wireless internet capability and appropriate adapters to this course.

Web and print resources for this course.