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Module 4: Approaches to decolonising and diversifying the curriculum

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This is the fourth in a series of six short online courses about decolonising and diversifying the curriculum. We recommend engaging with the modules in order. Get started with Module 1 here. Learn about this series of courses: Content in these modules has been developed by, and with feedback from, a range of expert teachers, leaders and researchers. The courses will support you to increase your knowledge of our multiplicity of British histories and identities, select literature and resources that foster belonging, address the perspectives represented in the curriculum, consider how lenses that decolonise and diversify can be applied to the curriculum, and have confident conversations with pupils about race. Decolonising and diversifying the curriculum is a lifetime endeavour that involves significant critical reflection, learning and action. These modules are designed as a starting point and not the answer. We intend for your learning on this course to be a catalyst for furth

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Starts: March 7, 2022
Course duration: 2 Hours
Open for enrolment
single-neutral
Suitable for: Early Years Practitioners, Teachers, Teacher educators

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