In an open general education curriculum, students take any courses they want. But some students struggle with the curricular and cultural decoding required. Rather than throw out the idea entirely, best practices can lead to greater inclusion for all.
I’m generally wary of the open curriculum approach to general education, in which students take any courses they want. Some students may be at a disadvantage when it comes to the curricular and cultural decoding they will have to do. Rather than throw out the idea of an open approach to general ed...