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Spotlight on Learning & Teaching

Addressing the Wicked Problem of Indigenising the Curriculum

Presented by: Dr. Diane Ruwhiu, Prof. Mark Rose, Dr. Ella Henry, and Mr. Mark Jones

 

Adding to the renewed emphasis on Learning and Teaching (L&T) within ANZAM, this session will address the 2019 ANZAM Conference Theme by reflecting on a wicked issue in L&T: The indigenisation of the curriculum.

 

Indigenisation of the curriculum may be considered a wicked problem in L&T because it is an important process that is challenging and complex, and many teachers and scholars do not fully understand what it means, or even know how to approach this process.

 

The aim of this session is to showcase L&T and, more specifically, indigenisation of the curriculum, by drawing upon the extensive experience of four panellists with research and teaching expertise in this area. The panel will contribute and discuss important insights and best practice examples in terms of protocols, processes, what to do, what not to do, and where to start when indigenising a management curriculum.

 

The audience will walk away from this session with a better understanding of how to approach the process of indigenising their own curriculum.

 

This session will take place on Thursday, 5 December 2019, in the Grand Ballroom of the Conference venue. Please see the Conference Program for further information.