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Pedagogy, Curriculum and Progression

Welcome to the Athrofa research pages relating to Pedagogy, Curriculum and Progression.

High quality educational research and enquiry can inspire and transform educational opportunities. On these pages you will find information about our ongoing research into teaching and learning, in and with schools and settings, in Wales and beyond.  You can also access our recent conference and publication history to explore the findings form previous research activity.

Our work on Curriculum and Progression focuses on enhancing understanding of progression in learning with specific reference to the Curriculum for Wales. The work includes the CAMAU project, a collaboration between UWTSD and the University of Glasgow.

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The CAMAU team worked with a national network of 64 Pioneer Schools, researchers and policy makers to use empirical research evidence to describe learner progression in the new curriculum. The applied research activity, and associated reports, have had direct impact on the articulation of progression for learners aged 3 to 16 in the Curriculum for Wales.

Members of the collaboration team have disseminated the research key international fora including the British and the Australian Education Research Association conferences, and presented in associated blogs and journals.

We recognise that being research-informed, and developing knowledge and skills to become research-literate professionals is important. So, you can also find information here about how the Athrofa research team can support you in your own research.