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How to plan ambitious, broad and balanced curriculum learning in your classroom

In this series, Matt Bromley reminds all teachers of key practical lessons from the ITT programme he delivers. This time he looks at how we should plan learning, including ensuring ambitious, broad and balanced curriculum planning

This series has been inspired by my experiences as lead lecturer on an initial teacher training (ITT) programme.

As I was planning the programme over the summer, it occurred to me that much of what I intended to cover was useful not just for those new to the profession, but all early career teachers and indeed many seasoned professionals in search of a refresher.

And so, this year in SecEd, I am sharing my ITT journey with you in the hope that it provides opportunities to reflect on your own professional practice and encourages you to try out some new strategies in your classroom.

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