Do outcome-oriented approaches to curricula promote or hinder inclusiveness in teaching and learning? And in what way are they learner-centered?

Cedefop is organising a workshop this month to examine these and other issues related to current developments in curriculum policy and practice.

Participants will examine the implications of current developments in curriculum policies and practices on four topics levels:

  • Curriculum design
  • Curriculum delivery in different learning environments
  • The way learners are assessed, and
  • The benefits for learners

The workshop will be conducted according to the "world café" interactive model, allowing participants to share experience and brainstorm in a lively and productive way.

The outcomes of the workshop will help shape and implement national curriculum policies and suggest new lines for future  research.

Participants include policy makers, researchers and practitioners from 25 European countries and from International Organisations (such as UNESCO-IBE, the World Bank, OECD, the European Commission, the European Training Foundation, Eurydice, etc.).

2nd International workshop on Curriculum Innovation and Reform:  An inclusive view to curriculum change, January 20-21, Thessaloniki.  Participation in the workshop is by invitation only.