“The current secondary school curriculum, for all its faults, does provide numerous opportunities for schools, teachers and students to explore a wide range of the world’s most pressing issues. The power of this handbook lies not just in its careful analysis of what the curriculum says, but also in its excellent exemplification of how teachers are seizing opportunities to explore these issues with their students. The case studies of practice are particularly useful in helping us see what’s possiblein today’s schools. There is something here for everyone: for experienced practitioners there will be insights from other people’s work; and for those just starting out, a wide range of teaching and learning opportunities are carefully set out for scrutiny, evaluation and adaptation”, says Prof William Scott, NAEE Chair of Trustees.
NAEE’s new secondary school curriculum report illustrates how Key Stages 3 and 4 provide numerous opportunities for schools, teachers and children to explore a wide range of the world’s most pressing issues. This is the latest in a number of reports that NAEE will be publishing from time to time and is freely available to download here.
NAEE’s primary school report illustrates how the new foundation and primary curriculums provide numerous opportunities for schools, teachers and children to explore a wide range of the world’s environmental and sustainability issues.
The report is freely available to download here.
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Wonderful web site. A lot of helpful information here.
I’m sending it to several friends ans also sharing in delicious.
And of course, thank you in your effort!