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Welcome to week 1

Welcome to week 1

‘Learning environments should be as inclusive as possible, so the need for individual interventions is the exception, not the rule.’ Inclusive Teaching and Learning in Higher Education as a route to Excellence, January 2017

This week you will discover …

  • the impact of inclusive teaching from the academic, institutional and student perspectives
  • how we can ensure we have inclusive learning and teaching environments
  • the difference between inclusive teaching and reasonable adjustments and definitions of related terminology such as ‘individual interventions’ or ‘accommodations’
  • what ‘born accessible’ means in the context of inclusive design for learning

Let’s start by finding out more about the different perspectives …

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