Inclusion

Saving Children’s Lives With Inclusive Pedagogy

We have leaned from the Pandemic that not all communities trust the messages put out by the authorities. Professor Sarah Younie and colleagues Dr Katie Laird and Sapphire Crosby explain how they developed culturally sensitive resources about germ transference and hand hygiene to protect the lives of children here and abroad.

Inclusive pedagogy is an approach that attends to individual differences between learners while actively avoiding the marginalisation of some learners and/or the continued exclusion of particular groups”.[1] At a time when the issues of social injustice has been brought to the forefront, with movements such as Black Lives Matter gaining traction in recent months, an understanding of these issues and a shift in perspective is crucial.

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