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Embedding interculturalism in the curriculum: A case study of a PG certificate in learning and teaching in higher education

As part of the HEA Scotland embedding equality and diversity in the curriculum (EEDC) strategic enhancement project University of Stirling developed a pedagogic approach based on interculturalism theory to embed EEDC through their PGCert in learning and teaching. Using Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie’s Danger of a Single Story as the starting point from which staff reflected on their own stories and learning and teaching practice the project focused on the facilitation of conversations around equality and diversity in learning and teaching and the implications for practice. This individual lens was complemented by the facilitation of dialogue for the development of an institutional approach to interculturalism as well as the development of a programme-leader toolkit for further capacity building.

Further information about Stirling’s work can be found in the below video (the slides for which are also downloadable on the right) and their accompanying case study.

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.




Stirling EEDC SEP Case study.pdf
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Stirling EEDC SEP Slides.pptx
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