Safeguarding Student Learning Engagement


From a recognitive social justice perspective this principle is expressed as:

 Social difference is understood so that responses can be designed and applied to particular situations to counteract the barriers that impede participation.

  …which, when interpreted for MSLE initiatives considers that

In the context of monitoring student learning engagement the focus is on counteracting barriers to participation such as finances and broadening knowledge and experiences of higher education to previously under-represented groups.

… and therefore, to achieve good practice in MSLE initiatives the ‘Equity’ principle is interpreted as:

Programs are designed to demystify and decode dominant university cultures, processes, expectations and language for differently prepared cohorts.