Diversity, Pedagogy and the Creative Arts: perceptions and experiences of diverse students at UAL

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12 Mar 2018

5pm to 6.30pm

 
This workshop considers teacher diversity at UAL from the student perspective. The session will explore findings from a small scale research study that asked students what impact greater staff diversity would make to their learning and university experiences and how this might affect their aspirations to enter teaching as a career.
The workshop will focus on the student narratives to gain greater understanding of their perceptions of diversity, the curriculum, staff and a sense of belonging within the institution.

Tutor
Siobhan Clay is an Educational Developer in the Exchange at UAL with interests in inclusive pedagogies, attainment, transition and the student experience. This workshop explores findings from her Social Justice and Education masters dissertation completed at the Institutue of Education at UCL in September 2016. 
 
Who should attend?
  • Staff interested in institutional research into the student experience, particularly inclusivity, diversity and pedagogy
  • Staff interested in developing inclusive pedagogic approaches to teaching  
What will I learn?
By the end of the workshop you will:
  • Have explored students perceptions of diversity - teacher, student and curriculum - at UAL
  • Discussed and considered ways to address issues arising from the research
  • Developed thinking around teaching inclusively to engage diverse students in the studio and student-support settings
What can I do next?

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