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Embedding equality and diversity in the curriculum: Beyond compliance

As part of the HEA Scotland embedding equality and diversity in the curriculum (EEDC) strategic enhancement project Robert Gordon University focused on staff development activities to facilitate staff capacity in EEDC concentrating on moving beyond compliance. The project aimed to design a bespoke suite of workshops to raise awareness interrogate current practice and influence curriculum developments. This programme designed around a ThPTE (Think Plan Teach Evaluate) model orientated around the themes of fostering an inclusive ethos; promoting intercultural engagement; enabling a global learning environment; facilitating a global academic community; and embedding social responsibility.

Further information about RGU’s work can be found in their accompanying case study. This case study can be seen as a personal reflection on the part of the project lead who offers insights into their project journey with recommendations to others working to develop programmes for the embedding of E&D in learning and teaching.

For further information about the EEDC strategic enhancement programme with links to the case studies from the other institutional participants visit the project webpage. For further information about the HEA’s work on equality and diversity with our range of relevant resources and research see the E&D thematic page.

RGU EEDC SEP Case study.pdf
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