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Ten top tips to start your curriculum decolonisation journey

Decolonising the curriculum is a process which requires commitment and time. Starting the process can be daunting specially in STEMM subjects as examples are less obvious than those in non-STEMM subjects. These are the ten tips I would recommend based on my experience with decolonising the Applied Anatomy Programme. Just remember, every discipline is different and there is no universal guide.

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2 thoughts on “Ten top tips to start your curriculum decolonisation journey”

  1. I am developing a project for my implications of diversity class and would love to ask you some questions. I am working on a PhD in Biomedical Education at the University of Oklahoma, specifically Anatomy. Would it be all right to email you?

    1. Hi Rebecca
      Yes, please email me. I would love to get involved.
      Kind regards

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