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The most powerful curriculum is that which can flex to the needs of the children sat in front of you.
The Knowledge Map tool in ProjectEVOLVE has been designed to:
Assess global knowledge across strands collectively for a class
Return data that encourages you to prioritise statements according to the knowledge the class have across the strand
Reduces workload by adding those statements to a planner and packaging all the teaching resources needed
Measures impact of teaching
Tracks progress for the class over time
So a typical curriculum approach may be:
For each year group for each half term, plan/ choose a strand (or two) on which to focus
Run a knowledge map at the beginning of the unit to which each child contributes
Use the data to prioritise two or three statements
Add to planner, download and teach
Measure impact by running the second knowledge map
Review the impact on the dashboard
Rinse and repeat for the next half term strand so you build up a collective track of progress for that year group throughout the year.
Some schools publicly share their planning online and the following are a few who have used ProjectEVOLVE as part of their computing curriculum.
Wheatlands Primary School (Redcar)
Dukesgate Academy (Salford)
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