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  • Cert Ed Module 5 Curriculum Design for Inclusive Practice
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    Curriculum Evaluation For this assignment, I intend to evaluate the Level 2 Diploma in bricklaying as it is my own specialist area. I will be discussing the theories and models of curriculum, influences on the design, evaluation and quality assurance systems. I will also evaluate the level 2 Diplom
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