Teaching & Learning


Designing curriculum and implementing research-based education at EAST 27 June

27 June 2019, 1:00 pm–3:00 pm

UCL Arena event image for curriculum. A picture of someone looking at handouts during an ABC curriculum design workshop

If you’re a seasoned user of UCL’s Connected Curriculum Framework, discovering the process, or in need of a refresher on programme design, this is the workshop for you. It will focus in more specifically on UCL EAST programmes.

Event Information

Open to





UCL Arena Centre


Chadwick Building 2.18
Bloomsbury Campus
United Kingdom

Thursday 27 June 13:00 - 15:00

This workshop will explore how to take these themes and define a learning experience for UCL EAST students.

You will engage in a design process to link these four academic themes with UCL’s focus on research-based education. You will particularly explore how to engage to local communities, Connected Curriculum Dimension 3.

Core academic themes of UCL EAST were introduced to design programmes and research. These are:  


  • living
  • making
  • originating, and;
  • UCL’s Connected Curriculum

This workshop will:


  • develop your curriculum effectively with the UCL EAST themes
  • connect your specific interests to UCL EAST themes
  • develop your curriculum with UCL Connected Curriculum
  • provide resources to support you from UCL EAST’s academic planning team

After attending this session you will 

  • understand how to develop your curriculum at UCL EAST with its core themes and UCL’s Connected Curriculum
  • know where to access resources to support you with developing your curriculum

Sign up 

Email anne.preston@ucl.ac.uk or, if you have already received your outlook invite, accept it and forward it to any interested colleagues.

Who should attend 

The session is open to all UCL EAST programme leaders, teaching Fellows, Faculty Tutors as well as those from across UCL.