Chapters 5 and 6 describe a set of skills which expert knowledge managers can use when determining what is relevant in a new subject area. We now present some segments of an interview with a Deputy Head of a London School (SA). Our comments are in square brackets and the linguistic expressions being targeted are in italics. The interviewer (I) uses the toolbag presented in Chapter 6.
It depends on the outcomes I want. The topics are less important than getting the learning outcomes. I know the children, so I know what I want to get to build what I want.
What are the basic principles you follow?
You have to make sure that the topics challenge the pupils, you are after expanding limits, ...