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Humanising Pedagogy

Humanising Pedagogy

Facilitators: Angeline Aow and Fidelis Nthenge

The Humanising Pedagogy committee is dedicated to transforming curricula so that it will serve all students under our care by humanising, indigenizing and decolonizing our pre-conceived notions about curriculum.

We will develop a Humanising Pedagogy Model that will outline four areas of curricula development: ways of knowing, doing and understanding, culture, practice and impact.

We are committed to identity-centered learning and teaching that value intersectional diversity through inclusive practices grounded in equity, social justice and safeguarding. We commit to delving into research-driven practices that will support and sustain a humanised pedagogy model. Based on our inquiries we will develop a model that is supported by guiding principles and an accessible guide to help schools use this as a lens for strengthening their curricula.

As a committee, we will also develop a profile of a DEIJB-driven educator in acknowledgement that specific mindsets are necessary for humanising pedagogy approaches to permeate all aspects of a school’s intentional and hidden curricula.

Our Commitments

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Identity-centered learning and teaching that values intersectional diversity through inclusive practices grounded in equity, social justice, and safeguarding.

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Delving into research-driven practices that will support and sustain a humanised pedagogy model. Based on our inquiries we will develop a model that is supported by guiding principles and an accessible guide to help schools use this as a lens for strengthening their curricula.

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Developing a profile of a DEIJB-driven educator in acknowledgement that specific mindsets are necessary for humanising pedagogy approaches to permeate all aspects of a school’s intentional and hidden curricula.

ISADTF Committees

Governance Committee

Recruitment Committee

Student Agency

Accreditation Committee

Humanising Pedagogy

leadership