Category: Decolonising

Get started using design thinking in Higher Education with these 10 steps

In the Incubator’s recent Innovation Lab, academics and students used the principles of design thinking to innovate and improve aspects of education and student experience at Exeter. Each project team worked with a Design Coach to support them with this new way of working. One of our Design Coaches, Dr Bo Kelestyn (The University of…

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Encompass: Decolonising STEM – what is this all about? 

Our STEM topics are built in a culture of collecting and representing scientific knowledge based on clear facts that have emerged from (often) centuries of scientific endeavour. For those designing and delivering University content to students it has become clear that some more focussed discussion around what decolonising is, is required. A question often asked is: How is decolonising relevant to STEM?  To help address this question, a team at the University of Exeter…

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Exploring Global Nursing Educational Collaboration in a Virtual Classroom #1

Introducing the idea A University of Exeter Educator Incubator project in partnership with Lund University and our Nursing students.  We are looking for nursing students to volunteers, as researchers, facilitators, and co-authors!   Globally Engaged Learning: What are the benefits both educational and professionally of embedding globally engaged learning communities in nursing education? Why is…

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Students as Teachers of Multilingualism #3: Working as a Research Intern

This blog has been written by Ailish Farrell, a research intern working as part of a bi-directional project between the University of Exeter Modern Languages and Cultures Department (Francesco Goglia) and Rokeby School (Sarah Lawson and Thomas Porter). This project is part of the Community-Engaged Learning projects run by the Education Incubator, as part of…

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Students as Teachers of Multilingualism #2: Delivering an interactive presentation on Microsoft Sway and via Zoom

This blog has been written by Lucy Richards, a research assistant working as part of a bi-directional project between the University of Exeter Modern Languages and Cultures Department (Francesco Goglia) and Rokeby School (Sarah Lawson and Thomas Porter). This project is part of the Community-Engaged Learning projects run by the Education Incubator, as part of…

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