Leeds Curriculum Workshop

Wednesday 16 March 2022
2:00pm - 4:00pm
Online event
Staff only

Join Curriculum Redefined for an interactive workshop and help shape the Leeds Curriculum.

About this event

As part of Curriculum Redefined, we are looking to refresh our current Leeds Curriculum commitment, aligned with the University’s 2020-30 Student Education strategy.

To help us achieve this, we are holding two identical events on 15 and 16 March giving you the opportunity to learn about the progress made in establishing our curriculum themes and pedagogical principles, and to share your thoughts on the refreshed Leeds Curriculum.

The session will be interactive with facilitated breakout rooms, using Miro boards to capture ideas and help discussion. If you've never used Miro before we'll send you an option to join one of our short tutorials before the session.

We want to ensure all colleagues can participate fully in this event, so please contact us on curriculumredefined@leeds.ac.uk if we can help in any way. Read about the accessibility of Miro software.

Purpose of the workshops

  1. Provide information on the curriculum themes and pedagogical principles, and how we arrived at these.
  2. Get feedback on these major themes from across the institution as we look to enhance the Leeds Curriculum and align it with the University’s Student Education Vision and Strategy.
  3. Provide a framework for the review of existing provision across our Schools and to support plans for future development and enhancement.
  4. Highlight the development of guides linked to each of the Component Frameworks, to support the embedding of the Leeds Curriculum locally.

Before the session

In preparation for the Leeds Curriculum workshop, a Miro board has been developed that allows all colleagues an early opportunity to start thinking through our provision and how they are currently delivering the various component frameworks across their programmes. 

The Miro Board has been pre-populated with the curriculum themes, pedagogical principles, and component frameworks and there are sticky notes pre-populated throughout to help facilitate the interaction and to bring additional thoughts and ideas on what is currently underway within programmes and how these align with the themes and principles currently identified.

This pre-work will help to progress the engagement activities on the day and will be available for all after the event.

We look forward to hearing your thoughts.