The toolkit focuses on applying a perspective of decolonisation to aspects of academic writing in creative disciplines. The authors focus on six key areas: intellectual engagement, supporting materials, reflective writing, literature, English as a second language and support services. Each section summarises and condenses useful literature into a series of practical guidelines in order to help educators consider ways of reducing the overt and subtle influences of colonial power dynamics, and provide a more inclusive learning experience.
Suggested citation: Mueller, B., Church, T., Ross, D., Tevekeli, A., Dong, C., and Sharma, A. (2021) Decolonising Assessment Toolkit. Journal of Useful Investigations in Higher Education.
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