What does an inclusive higher education provider look and feel like today? What will it be in the future? How do you achieve a truly inclusive student experience?
AMOSSHE, The Student Services Organisation, in collaboration with De Montfort University, is hosting a continuing professional development day to consider these questions, with a specific focus on the experience of disabled students.
‘Universal design for learning' takes place on 8 December 2017 at the Holiday Inn Royal Victoria, Sheffield.
The Disability Enhancement Programme at De Montfort University, which heavily informed the Department for Education guidance Inclusive teaching and learning in higher education as a route to excellence, outlines how one institution is achieving student inclusivity, for example through the application of a Universal Design for Learning framework. Using this programme as a focused case study, you’ll be invited to work collaboratively to develop specific models of what constitutes an inclusive institution for today and the future.
This event is for Student Services professionals and academics leading work in Universal Design for Learning or inclusive practice. The day will be most beneficial if you encourage your academic and/or professional colleagues to attend, so that you can engage collaboratively.
Find out more and book your place here: Universal design for learning.