Wednesday 4th November, 2.30 – 4.30 pm (GMT) online
When the UK first went into “lockdown” during the current covid-19 pandemic, teaching and learning in higher education moved online, sometimes at the expense of inclusive practice. Now the new academic year is underway online or remote learning has created both opportunities and challenges for HEPs to move towards more inclusive approaches for disabled learners and other groups of diverse students.
This seminar and networking event explores innovative approaches and reflections on inclusive practice in online teaching and learning including the perspectives of:
- Kay Sidebottom (Leeds Beckett University) reflecting on inclusion from her perspective as a Lecturer in Education.
- Pete Atherton (Liverpool John Moores University) reflecting on ‘Edtech’ in teaching and learning delivery.
- Jenny Brady plus a School Academic Lead for Inclusive Practice (SALIPs) at the University of Leeds (on applying an inclusive learning and teaching strategy to online / remote delivery).
- Tamara Reid (ex Univerity of Bath SU , currently Student Success Project Officer (University of Hertfordshire) about to become Inclusive Curriculum Consultant Programme Lead at Kingston University who will reflect on student experience perspectives from a number of universities).
This two hour event will be free to current INIP subscribers with a small fee for non-subscribers and will be hosted on the Remo platform. If you would like to sign up for this event please visit our Eventbrite