Exploring Participatory Pedagogy for Cultivating Inclusivity in Classroom By Prabhleen Saini


The effectiveness of the teaching-learning process and the classroom environment is dependent on the pedagogical strategies employed by the teachers. Further factors influencing the efficacy of pedagogical approaches include a teacher’s expertise, subject-matter knowledge, and teaching abilities (bridging the gap between theory and practice) and also the skill to identify the diverse needs of her students. More comprehensive results are obtained when a teacher utilizes a more engaging teaching approach. One such pedagogical approach is participatory pedagogy where students are involved using active learning styles and these styles are designed according to students’ learning preferences. This pedagogical approach helps in nurturing inclusivity by catering to the needs of diverse learners, encouraging every student to learn and making them develop a sense of responsibility for their learning. This research paper focuses on the theoretical aspect, features, and various strategies to enhance outcomes of participatory pedagogy and significance of participatory pedagogy.

Keywords: participatory pedagogy, inclusivity, universal design of learning, collaboration, experiential learning

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