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The Knowledge in Education Research Unit (Keru) 9th Annual Symposium 2019

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N 561 (N Block)

Gate 3, 74 Epsom Avenue

Epsom

Auckland, Auckland 1023

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The Knowledge-Rich School Project: The Curriculum Design Coherence Model for a new National Curriculum

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The 2019 KERU Symposium presents the Curriculum Design Coherence (CDC) Model. The CDC Model was developed by KERU members for:

• Professional development: A tool to assist schools and teachers in curriculum design

• Teacher education: A tool for pre-service teachers to acquire competency in course design

Programme

Chair: Dr Graham McPhail

9.30am Introduction to the Knowledge-Rich School Project and the Curriculum Design Coherence (CDC) Model

Applying the CDC Model to Social Studies Topic Year 9 Ngati Kuri

Professor Elizabeth Rata

10am Applying the CDC Model to History Topic Year 10 World War I

John Etty

10.30am Topic: Applying the CDC Model to Music Year 8 Song Writing

Sally Tibbles & Mary Cornish

11am Morning tea

11.15am Applying the CDC Model to Physics

Programme Physics Curriculum Years 9-13 Physics topic ‘Waves’ Year 9 and 10 (and for bilingual students)

Barbara McGowan & Dr Tauwehe Tamati

12pm Applying the CDC Model to a Writing Programme at Jean Batten Primary School

Dr Alexis Siteine

12.30pm Applying the CDC Model to the design of year 7 – 10 Maths programme

Joanne Palmer & Josephine Pavlovich

1pm Concluding comments

Dr Graham McPhail & Professor Elizabeth Rata

About the presenters

Professor Elizabeth Rata is the Director of the Knowledge in Education Research Unit and leads the Knowledge-Rich School Project.

Dr Graham McPhail is Senior Lecturer in music education at the Faculty of Education and Social Work at the University of Auckland.

Dr Alexis Siteine is a Senior Lecturer in the School of Critical Studies in Education and a member of the Knowledge in Education Research Unit. Alexis is working with Jean Batten School on the development of their school writing curriculum.

Sally Tibbles is artist teacher and Professional Teaching Fellow in baroque flute and studio pedagogy at the University of Auckland, and Head of Subject Co-Curricular Music at St Cuthbert’s College.

Mary Cornish is a music teacher at St Cuthbert’s College where she directs two choirs.

Barbara McGowan is Head of Faculty Science at Auckland Grammar School where she is responsible for the junior science programme and senior Earth and Space Science.

Dr John Etty is Director of Teaching and Learning and Head of Faculty Social Sciences at Auckland Grammar School.

Joann Palmer is Head of Faculty Mathematics and Statistics St Cuthbert’s College.

Josephine Pavlovich is Deputy Head of Faculty Mathematics and Statistics St Cuthbert’s College.

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Gate 3, 74 Epsom Avenue

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