OECD Future of Education and Skills 2030 videos on intended curriculum

The OECD Future of Education and Skills 2030 project has a focus on curriculum redesign to meet the challenges of the 21st century. The project is honoured to partner with these distinguished Thought Leaders and Policy makers who help us reflect on practices and learn from the experiences of others. 

These video messages pertain to the intended (or written) curriculum, which refers to the official expressions found in government documents that identify what students are set to learn and to become and how they are to act. Typically, these are curriculum standards or guides published by education ministry departments or their equivalent. Textbook publishers often rely on these official documents to turn standards into lessons and accompanying exercises for students that may be used in classrooms.

Flexible and responsive curriculum

Sang-Jin BAN, Thought Leader, Korea

Competency-based curriculum

Ki-Sun SUNG, Thought Leader, Korea

Aligning curriculum, pedagogy and assessment

Louise HAYWARD, Thought Leader, United Kingdom

Assessment for learning

Martin HENRY, Thought Leader, Belgium

Assessment that supports learning and well-being

Louise HAYWARD, Thought Leader, United Kingdom

Inspiring motivation through curriculum redesign

Jenny LINDBLOM, Policy maker, Sweden 

Student-centered curriculum innovations

Jae-Joung LEE, Policy maker, Korea