Brainstorming Workshop: Decolonizing Curriculum and Pedagogy in Human Rights and Beyond

Thursday, May 26th at 11am ET/9am MT

Register here

Many academic programs around the globe are seeking to develop more decolonial pedagogies and curricula, but there is not an easy way to determine how decolonial a program is and in what areas it needs to improve. Faculty and students at the University of Arizona have developed a draft pool of items that can be used to address these issues and they are seeking input from a wide range of stakeholders to modify the pool of items and to determine the best way to deploy such a scale in a range of contexts.

Please join us for a brainstorming session about decolonizing pedagogy and curriculum, especially what are the best ways to assess such a critical undertaking.

Facilitators: William Paul Simmons and Sophie Alves, University of Arizona

This project is made possible in part through funding from CUES, the Center for University Education Scholarship at the University of Arizona.

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