Free Curriculum Design Books 1

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Designing an effective curriculum can be a challenge, but there are resources available to help. These free books offer insights and guidance on everything from choosing the right instructional materials to planning and delivery methods. Whether you’re just getting started or looking for ways to improve your existing curriculum, these books will provide valuable insights.

 

Award in Education and Training (Further Education and Skills) by Ann Gravells

If you’re looking for a well-organized book with more underpinning theory than the PTLLS publications, greater detail about teaching and learning in general, and cross-referencing grids to link the knowledge to the bigger picture, then Award in Education and Training (Further Education and Skills) by Ann Gravells is a great choice.

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Educating Ruby: What our children need to learn By Guy Claxton, Bill Lucas, Tanya Byron & Octavius Black

It is no secret that the education system in many countries needs reform. In “Educating Ruby: What Our Children Need to Learn”, authors Guy Claxton, Bill Lucas, Tanya Byron and Octavius Black offer a powerful, heartfelt and expert analysis of what is going wrong in the education of our children and how to put it right.

 

The book provides a comprehensive overview of education today’s problems, from an over-emphasis on standardised testing and rote learning to a lack of focus on creativity and critical thinking skills. The authors offer a compelling case for why we need to radically rethink how we educate our children and provide practical suggestions for achieving this. I suggest that everyone with interest in education should read this book. It is sure to provoke thought and discussion and could be the catalyst for much-needed change.

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