Certificate of Achievement
has completed the following course:
This course provided practically-oriented advice on decolonial approaches in universities and other educational institutions. It covered decolonisation in various disciplines in social sciences, science, medicine and the arts.
4 weeks, 3 hours per week
Pro-Vice Chancellor for Education
University of Bristol
- Demonstrate an understanding of the history of colonialism and colonial thought with respect to the development of the university and other educational institutions
- Explain to your colleagues and peers the critical importance of decolonial approaches in creating a fully inclusive educational learning environment
- Identify and engage with the distinct legacies of colonialism across a range of disciplines in the social sciences, STEM and arts and humanities
- Identify and assess appropriate actions and approaches that would be effective in developing decolonial practices in your own educational setting
- Design and lead a change process that includes students, colleagues and other stakeholders in a joint programme of decolonisation.
- Decolonisation of the curriculum: why it’s important for social and epistemic justice; what it is and isn’t
- Colonialism and its legacy for modern education and knowledge
- Why decolonisation has recently become a flashpoint, nationally and globally
- Identifying and engaging important stakeholders in schools and universities; the importance of combining top-down and bottom-up decolonial approaches; including an institution-wide approach
- Various practical approaches to decolonisation in the social sciences, sciences, health and the arts; their potential limitations and strengths
Issued on 30th January 2021
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