Workshops designed to educate and support teachers adapt their curriculum to incorporate decolonial approaches – aimed at schools but applicable across all levels of education.
- Academics to teach and adapt content for university (although based on university modules).
Available evidence of impact:
- Growth in class size from initial afterschool club to timetabled classes.
- Consented publication
Links to available resources:
- On the Frontline: Reflections on trying to teach on Race, Class & Colonialism in School(s)
- ConsentedUK on instagram
Implementation and potential challenges:
- Universities can use the case study of setting up supplementary workshops as a model to adapt and change as required.
- Engagement from students if extracurricular.
- How to set up as non-credit bearing course.
- Conflicting priorities.
How to Use:
- Currently designed for use in schools.
- Potential to be adapted to teach as part of introductory Sociology at university level.
- Also of use for other disciplines, for example history, literature etc.