Inclusivity

This page provides information and guidance related to inclusive practice in teaching and learning. Key internal and external support and resources are detailed below.

Curriculum Development Officer

Curriculum Development Officer (Inclusion)

Student Engagement Ambassador

The Theme

These documents give an overview of the theme of Inclusivity and why we are embedding it into the curriculum.

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A short introductory guide to inclusive practice provided by Student Services.

Quick and easy ways to ensure your teaching resources are accessible to learners.

Learn more about a range of specific learning difficulties and disabilities with these handy factsheets.

Curriculum Transformation Workshop

Workshop materials for staff to use to engage students with the theme.

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Our underrepresented students

Learn more about the academic experience of underrepresented groups at the University.

Blue Table Talk - Understanding the lived student experience of underrepresented groups

Alisha Lobo SU Community Officer created a talk show series to bring to light the conversations she had with students from underrepresented groups

This series aims to shed light on the experiences of underrepresented groups face. As well as discussing what we as a University community can do to ensure that we are a welcoming community for all and to improve diversity on campus.

Blue Table Talk - Black Women

Blue Table Talk - LGBT+ Community

Examples of Good Practice

Providing examples from across the sector and around the University.

Dr Fiona Dickinson's Concept Bites (University of Bath)

Dr Dickinson created these concept bites to focus on key concepts  in her course. This is to ensure students are grasping key concepts.

"To encourage students to actually think about material you need to halve the course content and halve it again" Simon Lancaster

Writing Circles Pilot Results 

David Busby from the Skills Centre ran the University's  first writing circles project. Below you can find the outcomes of the project.

Employing Student Ambassadors to Enhance Mathematics Support Provision

Cheryl Voake-Jones from the  Mathematic Resource Centre (MASH)  over saw this project.

Find the full paper below.

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Inclusivity  Resources
These resources can be used to support the review of your course and help to build inclusivity into the design.

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Curriculum development resources

These resources can be used to support the review of your course and help to build inclusivity into the design.

UCL Inclusive Curriculum Healthcheck

This resource, developed by UCL, provides a helpful template for staff to consider the extent to which the principles of inclusivity are embedded in all aspects of the academic cycle.

It can be used by individual teachers, course development teams, or as part of a Departmental academic staff workshop.

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Kingston Inclusive Curriculum Framework

Kingston's whole institutional approach to inclusivity is highly regarded and has been adopted by many other institutions across the sector as a way to ensure that key principles are designed into courses and curricula. Follow the link to read more. The 'prompts' provide good starting points for staff to consider the extent to which inclusivity is embedded within current courses.

Writing Circles 

Building writing communities and enhancing students writing skill.

Writing Circles Protocol 

Practical approaches

#BroadenMyBookshelfBath

List of books created by students. There are also useful alternative subject reading lists. Plus a few websites that you can help you create reading lists.