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Staff involvement in the design of a key skills curriculum model: a case study

By Anthony Kelly, Mel West and Lesley Dee

Abstract

This case study follows a school as it struggles to prepare for the changes brought about by Curriculum 2000 and the new key skills qualification. It describes the curriculum debate within the senior management team as it balanced the conflicting needs of subject popularity and necessity. It relates how inherent structural flaws were uncovered in the proposed curriculum strategy, how this very failure was used as an opportunity to an opportunity to initiate staff involvement in the design of curriculum structures and how success were subsequently fashioned from the process. It is a story of failure, consideration, reflection and improvement, and offers some insight into the lessons learned by management and teaching staff as they reflect on the process of change and their own participation in it

Topics: L1, LB1603, LB2361
Year: 2001
OAI identifier: oai:eprints.soton.ac.uk:11263
Provided by: e-Prints Soton

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