An Inclusive Curriculum at UEL: what do students think?
Make your views known in one of our online workshops during July
It's well known across education that a teaching curriculum that reflects student diversity has a positive impact on student engagement and achievement.
Whilst course leaders hold the responsibility for curriculum development, it is vital that we take account of student voices and incorporate a student perspective into our ongoing work in this area.
So we're organising six online workshops - one for each UEL school - during July to enable students to have their say, and to help us all understand more about what an inclusive curriculum means in practice.
Workshops will take place on:
- HSB: Thursday 2 July, 9 – 10.15am
- ACI: Tuesday 7 July, 11am – 12.15pm
- Education & Communities: Thursday 9 July, 11am – 12.15pm
- ACE: Tuesday 14 July, 11am – 12.15pm
- Psychology: Thursday 16 July, 11am – 12.15pm
- Business and Law: TBC
Each workshop will feature presentations from student representatives and external experts looking at:
- Why diverse representation matters in reading lists and teaching materials
- How to introduce diversity and creativity into assessment procedures during courses and as part of degree awarding
- How a student-centred approach helps students translate course learning into everyday behaviour
The presentations are aimed at stimulating discussion from students participating in each workshop. We will record the views expressed and use them to inform future initiatives at UEL.
Be part of it and have your say!