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“Knowledge Rich” or “Content Rich” Curricula?

Posted on 18 December 2020 by Kevin Smith

Sometimes, when talking about knowledge and curriculum, people will ask my thoughts about the term “knowledge rich." My response usually starts out with a statement saying "First off, I'm not […]

Creating Anti-racist Curricula

Creating Anti-racist Curricula

Posted on 3 June 2020 by Kevin Smith

Creating anti-racist curricula. The difference between "not being racist" and being "anti-racist," and resources to create anti-racist curricula.

How Should We Teach Welsh in School?

Posted on 1 May 2020 by Kevin Smith

This is a special "guest post" from my good friend and colleague Dr Mirain Rhys, a lecturer in Psychology at Cardiff Metropolitan University. In this post, she discusses research she […]

Does Philosophy have a role in the New Curriculum for Wales?

Posted on 19 August 2019 by Kevin Smith

Should young people study philosophy, or use philosophical practices as part of their schooling experience? This post discusses research with teachers in Wales about their perceptions of philosophy and its potential use in school curricula.