What are the Stories of Suc​​cess? 

​​Our ‘Stories of Success’ are good practice case studies which have been collated as part of a collaborative project worked on by UEL colleagues from our Race Equality team, the Centre for Student Success and the Centre of Excellence in Learning and Teaching. The project was co-ordinated by our Community Psychology student intern, Jacqueline Owusu, during 2018/19 academic year. ​ The following video provides an overview of the case studies and below follows the individual​ video case studies. 

What was the aim of the project and what next?

The case studies were created through interviews with staff and students with questions that aimed to highlight inclusive teaching and learning practice, specific interventions or practices and the positive effects of these on student’s learning. 

The case studies also aimed to explore what staff and students understood by terms such as inclusion and decolonising the curriculum.

Jacqueline Owusu, Psychology student / EDI intern talks about inclusivity and decolonising the curriculum from a student perspective. Jacqueline led on this project and interviewing for the case studies below as well as other written case studies available below. 

Going forward these case studies will contribute to agreeing a university approach.

Michael ​​​​Cole, Senior Lecturer, Sports Therapy, talks about his teaching and learning practice as well as the student / staff B.E.A.T group.
Powell Omozigie, B.E.A.T and Sports Exercise student who talks about the impact of B.E.A.T and inclusive teaching and learning from a student perspective.
Silhouette Bushay, Senior Lecturer, Education Studies talks about how she embedded ‘decoloniality’ into her teaching as every day
 Carol Hughes, Library Assistant and Co-lead of Many Voices reading group. Carol talks​​ about the aims and impact of the Many Voices reading group and the race equality charter more broadly.
Ian Clark, Academic Services Librarian, talks about work he has been doing in​ the library in collaboration with colleagues from the School of Psychology on creating more diverse reading lists. 

The videos were filmed and produced by our internal media production company, Schema led by Rishabh Shrivastav.

For further information, please contact UEL’s EDI team – equality@uel.ac.uk or follow us on Twitter!

Published by cmatysova

EDI Manager at @LSHTM, @CERIC_LUBS PhD researcher focusing on Shared Parental Leave, mum of three, gardener.

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