Led by my colleague Chad Ferris, this course has also been a long time in development. When Chad and I collaborated at St Mel’s Catholic Primary School, we began to explore the potential of hexagonal thinking for learning design.
Chad expanded and refined the process over the last five years. He has presented at national and international conferences and worked with schools to implement the process to support and inform more detailed planning processes and learning design.
I am delighted to see an online course in Hexagonal Curriculum Mapping, that will make this learning design method more accessible to teachers around the world.
This course is in development for a release date in October.