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Inclusive Teaching and Learning: an overview


 Inclusive Teaching and Learning:  an overview

Brief Outline:
Discussions of inclusivity in Higher Education can sometimes centre on providing individual support to specific or ‘groups’ of students perceived to have a deficit. This workshop aims to broaden these discussions to consider ways to engage and increase participation of all students in teaching and learning that is accessible and meaningful. This will be achieved by an examination of key issues that should be addressed before and during teaching and as part of assessment and quality assurance processes.
Either as a pre-activity or post-activity, participants are advised to engage with the online resources on Inclusivity, available here:
 At the end of the session, participants will have considered:
-          - ways to embed values and practices of inclusivity to the curriculum
-          - the need for learning outcomes to be achievable by all and in many ways
-          - diverse assessment methods
-          - how to self-assess inclusive practices at different stages of teaching and learning design processes
          UKPSF dimensions - A1, A2, A4, K2, K3, K4, V1, V2 

Please sign up in advance. In order to run a session we require a minimum of five participants. In case where this is not met 48hrs in prior to the session we will add your name to the waiting list for the next available date.



For more information, contact CAPE on x14709

 “Please email Dr Katerina Loukopoulou katerina7@mdx.ac.uk if you wish to book a bespoke workshop on Inclusive Learning and Teaching at another date. Five participants is the minimum number required. Therefore, please liaise with your colleagues to identify a suitable date for your team.” 



Friday, November 24, 2017
1:00pm - 3:00pm
Room F102, Fenella Building
Registration has closed.

Event Organizer

Joanne Mullarkey

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