3D Pedagogy Framework™

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Overview

The 3D Pedagogy Framework™ is a strategic model of inclusive teaching practice developed by Dr Deborah Gabriel through Black British Academics® to decolonize, democratize and diversify the higher education curriculum.  It targets education practice to enhance the experience and outcomes for students of colour while enriching the learning process for students of all ethnic backgrounds. This framework is informed by both quantitative and qualitative research (see below). Findings from data collected from  global participants suggest that 3D Pedagogy™ is an effective approach to enhance the cultural competence of education practitioners and promote critical reflective practice; important steps towards transforming the higher education curriculum and student learning experience.
Publications
Gabriel, D. (2020). Teaching to transgress through 3D Pedagogy: decolonising, democratising and diversifying the higher education curriculum in Transforming the Ivory Tower: Models for Gender Equality and Social Justice. (ed). Gabriel D. London: UCL Press
Gabriel, D. (2020)Critical Media Education for Social Justice. London: Routledge (forthcoming)
Gabriel, D. (2019). Enhancing higher education practice through the 3D Pedagogy Framework to decolonize, democratize and diversify the curriculum. International Journal of Technology & Inclusive Education. Vol.8 Issue 2.
Gabriel, D. (2018). Pedagogies of Social Justice and Cultural Democracy in Media Higher Education. MERJ, Vol. 8 Issue 1, pp. 35-48.

3D Pedagogy HE Institutions

University of Portsmouth (pictured below)
De Montfort University
University of Preston
University of Kent
University of Toronto
A 3D Pedagogy Workshop at Portsmouth University

Become a 3D Pedagogy Institution

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