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A curriculum can only be successful if teachers understand how to adapt their professional practice to teach it effectively, and are supported to do so.
We can help improve classroom practice by identifying what currently works well, and then building on these existing skills and traditions. While we expect teachers to use their professional judgement to select and adapt teaching materials as required, there are key aspects to pedagogy which we will always consider. These include:
Our partners at Cambridge University Press specialise in teaching and learning resources including textbooks, digital resources and teacher support materials. They can support you to develop textbook production skills. With Cambridge University Press we can support the implementation of new curricula through resources and teacher training programmes.
Curriculum changes need to become thoroughly embedded in the education system, but this can only happen if we are sympathetic to the cultural context in which these changes take place. We know that changing the pedagogical approach takes time, and we can support teachers and school leaders during any period of change.
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