Rethinking Student-Centredness: the role of Trust, Dialogue and Collective Praxis

Investigations in University Teaching and Learning 13 (Summer):1-8 (2022)
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Abstract

This article explores ideas of a student-centred curriculum through an oral history project undertaken with minoritised students on an undergraduate health ethics module at a UK HEI. It analyses oral history interviews about student expereinces, reflects on the co-creation of knowledge via collective praxis, and re-thinks what it is to 'centre' students in a socially just classroom, institution, and wider HE sector. Furthermore, it discusses conceptualisations of trustful and dialogic classroom conditions and considers issues of intersectionality, decolonising, resisting the 'mythical norm' and addressing epistemic injustice in HE.

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Alya Khan
London Metropolitan University

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