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Implementing a knowledge-based curriculum

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Last updated on 28 March 2018
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With the introduction of more knowledge-heavy qualifications and National Curriculum, more schools are developing a knowledge-based curriculum approach. Understand the benefits and challenges of implementing a knowledge-based curriculum with advice from 2 of our experts.

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  1. 1 Benefits
  2. 2 Challenges
  3. 3 Combining knowledge- and skills-based approaches

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