Category: Hidden Curriculum

Decolonial Knowledge #1 – The importance of ethics of care when doing a decolonial work

This blog is a provocation written by Riadh Ghemmour on what ethics of care mean to me [us] in the current Incubator project, ‘Decolonial Knowledge Production and Anti-Racist Pedagogy.’ The project seeks to discuss and introduce the idea of ‘pluriversality,’ while also contributing to the wider emancipatory movement fighting against racism and oppression through a…

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Top Tips for successful applications: The Student-Led Anti-Racism and Gender Safety Project Funds

The Education Incubator Team are working with the Unlearn Collective to support students’ anti-racist project ideas. We look forward to empowering the students to disseminate work on these necessary projects across the University of Exeter and beyond. In this blog, the Incubator Project Manager, Dr Tom Ritchie reflects on Radical Pedagogies, a project he ran…

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‘The Hidden Curriculum – a student’s perspective’ by Clare Smyth

In this blog student Clare Smyth shares her experience of working as a participatory researcher on the  Incubator’s Hidden Curriculum project. I am a final year BA Anthropology student and one of seven student research assistants on The Hidden Curriculum Education Incubator project. This is a joint project run by academic staff, undergraduate and graduate students.…

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Hidden Curriculum? New student-staff collaboration is set to shine light on invisible barriers to learning.

In this post Associate Professor Anna Mountford-Zimdars reports on how she is working collaboratively with students as partners to explore the cultural power embedded in the University of Exeter’s very own curriculum.  Building the team Our  Incubator project on the hidden curriculum has been off to a fantastic start. We received a lot of interest from students to…

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