Inclusive and decolonialising moves in the English Language curriculum: possibilities and barriers in online distance contexts of teaching

Giaxoglou, Korina and Tagg, Caroline (2022). Inclusive and decolonialising moves in the English Language curriculum: possibilities and barriers in online distance contexts of teaching. In: Leedham, Maria; Tagg, Caroline and Tuck, Jackie eds. Online pedagogy and the student experience: teaching applied linguistics and beyond. Maidenhead, Berkshire: Open University Press (In Press).

Abstract

This chapter reflects on attempts to enact an inclusive, accessible and decolonized curriculum in the area of English language studies in relation to institutional frameworks, namely the Open University’s Inclusive Curriculum Tool (ICT). The discussion focuses on the design and uptake of a language story sharing activity, pointing to key affordances and limitations of online distance learning environments for the (co)creation of inclusive and decolonized learning experiences that can prove useful for educators beyond the context of the Open University (OU).

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