I am delighted to be writing this editorial for the June 2021 issue of Critical Studies in Teaching and Learning. The issue includes seven articles, six of which form pairs on a theme,and which are arranged in a sequence which seemed to make good sense in terms of theme, structure and flow. A quick look at the titles of the papers brings to the fore the following themes and concerns: Inclusivity.Feminist pedagogy.ColonialismPractices of decoloniality.Professional identity.Knowledge pluralism.Academic success.I will say more in a little while on the contents of the individual articles but first I wanted to think in slightly broader terms about the context in which this issue appears.
|Number of pages||6|
|Journal||Critical Studies in Teaching and Learning (CRISTAL)|
|Publication status||Published - 30 Jun 2021|