Practices for gender-inclusive module introductions

Fraser, J. and White, F.R. 2022. Practices for gender-inclusive module introductions. in: Kitchener, M. (ed.) Handbook for Creating a Gender-Sensitive Curriculum: Teaching and Learning Strategies The Oxford Centre for Staff Learning and Development and The Centre for Diversity Policy Research and Practice. pp. 59-60

Chapter titlePractices for gender-inclusive module introductions
AuthorsFraser, J. and White, F.R.
EditorsKitchener, M.
Book titleHandbook for Creating a Gender-Sensitive Curriculum: Teaching and Learning Strategies
Page range59-60
Year2022
PublisherThe Oxford Centre for Staff Learning and Development and The Centre for Diversity Policy Research and Practice
Publication dates
Published07 Jan 2022
Web address (URL)https://www.brookes.ac.uk/Documents/OCSLD/Publications/Handbook-for-Creating-a-Gender-Sensitive-Curriculum/

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