Workshop Details

This full-day in-house workshop provides participants with a curriculum design framework that summarises these kinds of decisions, and outlines steps for implementing the design process. The framework is based on the curriculum design experience of the facilitator, John Delaney, who draws on a substantial body of research literature and Ako Aotearoa-funded projects related to the topic. 

Who is this in-house workshop for? 

Aimed at all tertiary educators, this workshop will be particularly valuable to those new to curriculum design at programme, paper and module levels. It may also be helpful for staff involved in curriculum approval processes.


About the facilitator

John’s career has been in educational development, as a primary school teacher, teacher educator, distance education programme manager, teaching and learning consultant, learning designer, and academic capability developer. He has worked in all sectors of NZ education and also in the Middle East.

His particular interest is improving learning opportunities and the quality of teaching through effective learning design and assessment.

He is currently an executive member of the Flexible Learning Association of New Zealand.

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