How research evidence informed the new Oxford International wellbeing curriculum
8 July | 11:15 am - 12:00 pm
Even before the pandemic, policymakers and practitioners have increasingly focused their attention on the importance of student wellbeing. This inspired the development of the Oxford International Curriculum (OIC), for use from Early Years through Primary and Lower Secondary, enabling progression to international qualifications. The OIC offers a new approach to teaching and learning focused on wellbeing and global skills development and aims to put joy at the heart of learning. This focus prompted OUP to commission research to explore any potential links between student wellbeing and improved educational outcomes undertaken by Dr Ariel Lindorff, Department of Education, University of Oxford.