The aim of this online course is to provide you with the digital design skills and knowledge to plan learning, assessment, units and programmes for flexible delivery next year.
Find out about the outcomes and findings from our December 2021 hackathon on exploring transformational student experiences. The hackathon provided a unique opportunity to explore the experiences of students since coming to University, looking at their perceptions of their subject, their original reasons for coming to University and what – if anything - has changed.
This online seminar will focus on efforts to decolonise the curriculum, assessment and pedagogy. Building on the theoretical insights developed in the previous seminar, it will consider what it means in practical terms to decolonise the curriculum and the implications for assessment and pedagogy. The seminar will make a case for decolonising the curriculum both in terms of realising epistemic justice but also to prepare future generations with the capabilities to lead sustainable livelihoods within culturally diverse, peaceful, just and democratic societies.
Drawing on the evidence presented in previous seminars as well as on the wider evidence base about realising change in higher education, this seminar will consider how decolonial approaches can be embedded within higher education systems and processes, the seminar will run from 1 – 2:30pm (last 30 mins is for discussion)