Podcast: Conversations around a Recovery Curriculum (LearningShared)

To explore and develop what a Recovery Curriculum might look like in the context of a school’s existing curricula, we’ll be hosting a series of conversations with school leaders, practitioners and researchers over the coming weeks. We’ll be releasing and sharing these discussions as episodes on the new LearningShared podcast.

The first of these episodes is available below.

Episode 1 includes a lecture with visual slides from Professor Carpenter, that delves deeper into some of the ideas, concepts and research behind the Recovery Curriculum Think Piece and begins to think about questions that leaders and practitioners can ask of each other as they prepare to lead the recovery.

Below is an audio-only podcast feed for LearningShared with Episode 1, as well as the video version with presentation slides to accompany the lecture.

Please feel free to share with colleagues and on social media.

LearningShared: Episode 1 – A Recovery Curriculum Part 1 (Loss and Life for our children and schools post pandemic) [AUDIO ONLY]

Listen to the podcast on the Evidence for Learning website via this link, or listen via the embedded audio below.

2 thoughts on “Podcast: Conversations around a Recovery Curriculum (LearningShared)”

    1. A new podcast on Mental Health , to highlight that aspect of the Recovery Curriculum , was uploaded late last week . Another 5 have now been recorded and are in edit . Hopefully in the next few days they will be available . Appropriate resources , and allied briefings / resources , are also uploaded onto the website.

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