Welcome to the International Curriculum Specialist Series where Fieldwork Education interviews both experts and educators on how best to improve our learning.
In our fifth episode, Lee Hendricks, Fieldwork Education's International Curriculum Manager for the Middle Years, interviews educational expert Malcolm Nicolson to further explore the IMYC Process to Facilitate Learning, particularly with the mini-cycle of Research, Record, and Reflect that can be repeated several times to deepen knowledge, skills, and understanding. Malcolm talks about the importance of agency in the learning process, so students, according to him, feel that education is something done with them in mind rather than to them.
The International Middle Years Curriculum (IMYC) has been developed by the International Curriculum Association (ICA). The ICA are the creators of the international curriculums of the IEYC, the IPC, and the IMYC and provide professional development and accreditation. For more information, please visit https://www.internationalcurriculum.com.
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