Education Design

Education Design

With expertise in the design and development of educational programs and curricula, Danielle is able to work with you to interpret learning needs and produce relevant and engaging content that truly responds to what is needed. She has designed learning objectives, structured content and developed material, both physical and online, with the following partners:

National Citizen Service

A three-phase national program currently being delivered to 50,000 young people per year was designed with two other consultants to support social mobility, civic engagement and social cohesion. Danielle designed the learning objectives based on consultations with senior stakeholders and the departments theory of change model, applied these objectives to a predetermined curriculum structure and designed content and resources to fit learning objectives and logistical requirements.

Huddersfield University

Operating as a single supplier Danielle runs a regular 4 days training programme across the University for Post Graduate Researchers and PhD candidates to work as teaching assistants and lecturers.

Manchester Metropolitan University

Designed and delivered modules for the Education, Youth and Early years departments in ‘Children, Schools and Families’ ‘Citizenship and Participation’, ‘Children’s Services’, ‘Health, Community and Social Care’, ‘Learning in Places’, ‘Reflective Youth and Community Work Practice’, ‘Accessing Higher Education’ and ‘Student as Learner’.

The University of Manchester

Designed and delivered modules for the Youth Studies Department in ‘Policy into Practice’ and ‘Reflective Youth Work Practice’

Various Research Commissions

Designed and delivered research methods training and individual seminars to a range of research teams and students at the University of Manchester and Manchester Metropolitan University.  Informal training and group mentoring was often also provided for researchers involved in the collection and analysis of data.

If you are interested in this service please feel free to contact Danielle for further information.