The 3D Pedagogy Framework is a strategic model of inclusive teaching practice I developed to decolonize, democratize and diversify the curriculum in higher education.
In 2016, I developed a new 1st year politics undergraduate module based on 3D Pedagogy called Political Sociology, which ran for the first time in 2018. Features developed for this unit include study groups to promote peer learning and continuous formative assessment.
Having already covered race, gender, religion, intersectionality and political engagement – the opportunity for one of the students, Nora Maganga, to take part in a filmed discussion for BBC News around race and racism in higher education provided the perfect opportunity for experiential learning.
main picture from L to R: Prof Kevin Hylton (Patron of Black British Academics), Political Sociology student Nora Maganga, and BBC Correspondent Elaine Dunkley.
The BBC report on race in academia aired on 7/12/18 on the six O’clock and ten O’clock news see ‘BBC News Interview December 2018‘.
So proud to see my former lecturer and dissertation supervisor @deborahgabriel on @BBCNews this evening speaking about the lack of ethnic diversity in academia! A brilliant piece and a topic that deserves more attention 👏🏾 pic.twitter.com/V3af3D2QYF
— Jasmine Aloma (@JasmineAlomaPR) December 7, 2018
One thought on “Experiential learning in action-3D Pedagogy Framework and political sociology”
A fantastic example of scholar-activism in action. This pedagogic approach should be rolled out across universities, to explore how anti-racism can be brought into the curriculum and classroom. Really inspiring and innovative work.
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