Safeguarding Student Learning Engagement


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

Participation is not predicated on previous opportunity or privilege.

…which, when interpreted for MSLE initiatives considers that

All students have the opportunity to participate in university activities and to complete their qualification(s) in ways that are harmonious with their individual backgrounds and circumstances.

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

MSLE programs lead to socially inclusive practices and students experience a sense of belonging and connectedness.