Curriculum for Development in Inclusive Practice (CDIP)

In CDIP students explore different curriculum ideologies and consider how their practice relates to the transformative approaches required by Sterling (2001), Orr (2004) and Huckle (2006), as well as the holistic curriculum encouraged by Miller (2007). This encourages a deeper exploration of their own curricula and how these may be developed.

References:

Huckle, J. (2006) Education for Sustainable Development: A briefing paper for the Teacher and Development Agency for Schools – Revised Edition, October 2006. London: TDA.

Miller, J. P. (2007) The holistic curriculum (2nd ed). Toronto: University of Toronto Press.

Orr, D.W. (2004) Earth in Mind – On Education, Environment and the Human Prospect – 10th Anniversary Edition. Washington DC: Island Press.

Sterling, S. (2001) Sustainable Education: Re-visioning Learning and Change. Dartington: Green Books.