CIE Podcast

Podcast: Decolonising the curriculum- a student's voice

9:00am - 5:00pm / Monday 19th October 2020
Type: Other / Category: Department / Series: Black History Month
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The Centre for Innovation in Education celebrates BAME people during Black History Month and beyond by creating an interactive podcast that aims to gather the collective voices on the definition of decolonising the curriculum. Listen to this a real-life story* from a BAME student perspective to find out why she suffers from 'academic inadequacy' and unbelonging as a new student in the United Kingdom.

*This story is based on real-life events but names have been changed to protect the person’s privacy.

Narrated by Dr Monica Chavez, PhD in Applied Linguistics (University of Liverpool), Educational Developer (TEL) at the Centre for Innovation in Education.