activity 12

Carry out your own mini curriculum review according to Killick’s cross-cultural capabilities (Killick, 2007). Killick asks some of the following key questions:

How does the course seek to incorporate the knowledge and understanding brought to it by students from diverse backgrounds?
What level of use does the course make of materials from outside the ‘traditional’ canon?
How does the course encourage students to be curious beyond their own cultural boundaries?
How is a student from this course prepared to interact with/benefit from/contribute to diversity in the world beyond the university?

Due DateApr 28, 2019 11:59 PM
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