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The aim of this unit is to engage
you in the current issues and debates in the literature, policy and
practice around curriculum design for and assessment of an
increasingly diverse population of students. By the end of the unit
you will have gathered information about your own diverse students
and, in light of this research, you will have redesigned an aspect
of your curriculum for the engagement and assessment of all
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