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Tune in to our 15 - 20 min. episodes, which are a free teacher training in our unique fit for purpose and finite methodology in effective and resilient curriculum design. Develop your capacity to design in a way that is both technically and humanly resilient. Curious? https://www.studioblended.com/Audio-Podcast
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How to design an effective and resilient curriculum Tikvah Breimer (MSc MAEd MSc)

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Tune in to our 15 - 20 min. episodes, which are a free teacher training in our unique fit for purpose and finite methodology in effective and resilient curriculum design. Develop your capacity to design in a way that is both technically and humanly resilient. Curious? https://www.studioblended.com/Audio-Podcast
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    Trailer How to design an effective and resilient curriculum

    Trailer How to design an effective and resilient curriculum

    Introduction to StudiOpedia, the (work)place to go for teacher training in effective and resilient curriculum design. Curious? https://www.studioblended.com/audio-podcast
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    • 5 min
    The actual practice of curriculum design

    The actual practice of curriculum design

    Today we delve into the actual practice of curriculum design.
    Part I: The start of every sound teacher training: unlearn to go by intuition and emotion. Ensure a robust fundament with technique and pedagogy.
    Part II: What curriculum is, and what learning design is.
    Part III: Become aware of this fascinating organ, the brain – how does it learn best, how does it remember, how are lasting memories and deep understanding created – by design?
    Part IV: Get into a new routine, and skill yourself to design well.
    Go to StudiOpedia for the full transcript. https://www.studioblended.com/Audio-Podcast

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    • 21 min
    Blended: reenvisioning 'face to face' time

    Blended: reenvisioning 'face to face' time

    Where to begin, to design with a blended approach?
    Today's special edition episode is all about the premium time that face to face has become in education, and how you can use it, to design with qualitative guidelines of flexibility and accessibility, and pedagogy unique for your content.
    You need a bespoke approach.
    Allow this episode to bring you simplicity.
    Find the full transcript at Studiopedia https://www.studioblended.com/Audio-Podcast. It includes relevant literature to allow you to take this further.

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    • 20 min
    Preparing Clip A: dosage (technical effectiveness)

    Preparing Clip A: dosage (technical effectiveness)

    The episode comes in two clips: A dosage (technical effectiveness) B slow productivity (human resilience), the transcript is combining both
    In this episode, we tackle the problem over so-called ‘overload’ in terms of content in your curriculum. Perhaps to your surprise, we will link it directly to how you prepare for the content in your curriculum design, whether it is a module, course, training or a degree.
    Discover the 'why' of overload, why it happens in the first place.
    Expect a body-brain approach to 'dosage' of your content.

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    • 22 min
    Preparing Clip B: slow productivity (human resilience)

    Preparing Clip B: slow productivity (human resilience)

    In this episode, we tackle the problem over so-called ‘overload’ in terms of content in your curriculum. Perhaps to your surprise, we will link it directly to how you prepare for the content in your curriculum design, whether it is a module, course, training or a degree.
    We go even beyond that: with technique - you can design for your own human resilience during preparation; your balance, your enjoyment of the simplicity in curriculum design.

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    • 13 min
    Guest interview Veronica Olivotto, PhD candidate New York New School

    Guest interview Veronica Olivotto, PhD candidate New York New School

    What is it like to prepare for a curriculum design? Guest interview PhD candidate
    Find our own training in Clip A and B. For our guest interviews, we looked for broad inspiration from New York and Naples.
    Veronica Olivotto speaks of 'slow productivity' and what it’s like to write-up a PhD thesis after fieldwork. Her authentic contribution and voice has rich ingredients, including the experience of being alone, procrastination, verbalizing/oral culture vs. writing, un-writing, re-writing, discipline, daring to be imperfect, finding resonance in people/community, and the courage to begin, by also seeing ‘thinking’ as a form of ‘doing’. 

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    • 5 min

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