Guidelines for Inclusive Teaching, Assessment, and Supervision
These pages offer clear and concise guidelines on how to enhance the inclusivity & good design of your practices.
Good deisgn is important for everyone, enabling all to access the curriculum without barrier. For good examples of good design and how they can benefit all students please click on this link.
These guides are short and simple and touch on the main activities staff can engage in to enhance inclusion.
Course Design: How to enhance inclusivity within the design of programmes and modules to ensure your teaching foundations are inclusive.
New Students: How to enhance inclusivity within the application process and student induction / orientation to ensure prospective students make informed choices, and new students settle down easily within your programme of study.
Physical Environment: How to enhance inclusivity within the teaching environment to ensure it is an effective environment for learning.
Teaching Methods: How to enhance inclusivity within your teaching methods to ensure student engagement and effective learning.
Supervision: How to enhance inclusivity within the supervision process to ensure research student engagement and effective learning / researching.
Off Campus Teaching: How to ensure off campus teaching is inclusive and accessible to all.
Inclusive Assessments: How to enhance inclusivity within common assessment methods to ensure students are given the opportunity to demonstrate their attainment of learning outcomes effectively.
Senior Lecturer: Patrick Geoghegan gives his perspectives on teaching to meet the needs of all students.