Our popular Inclusive learning and teaching workshop series is a suite of five modules that can be taken individually or as a programme of development covering an introduction to EDI in teaching and learning, inclusive and equitable assessment and feedback, inclusive curriculum, inclusive student engagement and partnership and leading on inclusive teaching and learning.
These focus on gaining practical experience of connecting EDI with teaching and learning in the context of post-pandemic pedagogy and creating structural EDI change in teaching and learning. Created as a mix of synchronous and asynchronous learning these are aimed at institutions and individuals wanting to build an evidence-based support structure for inclusive teaching and learning. In these workshops we bring together our expert facilitators from both our EDI and T&L teams together with cross-sector learning from our change projects and research.
These workshops will offer practical advice, guidance, policy information, frameworks and toolkits to support positive change within departments, schools, faculties and institutions in areas such as race equality, challenging privilege, and dignity and respect.
5% Multi-booking discount
Institutions/individuals looking to book multiple workshops in our Inclusive Learning and Teaching workshop series will receive a 5% discount when booking all five workshops. Each workshop can be attended by a different individual from the same institution.
Bundle 2 includes:
- Introduction to EDI in Teaching and Learning (21 March and 4 April 2023)
- Inclusive and Equitable Assessment and Feedback (18 April and 2 May 2023)
- Inclusive Curriculum (11 and 25 May 2023)
- Inclusive Student Engagement and Partnership (13 and 27 June 2023)
- Leading on Inclusive Teaching and Learning (11 and 20 July 2023)
Share and celebrate your achievements with digitally recognised learning
For much of our portfolio for 2022-23 the learning of event attendees and programme participants and conference, symposia and colloquia presenters will be digitally recognised.
This makes it easy for you to share and celebrate your achievements by adding them to your email signature or including them in your social profiles including Twitter, LinkedIn and Facebook. Your learning certificates can also be easily verified and downloaded as a pdf.
Introduction to EDI in Teaching and Learning
Institutions and individual practitioners face new and ongoing challenges in providing inclusive teaching and learning.
These two-part workshops will provide an introduction to the current HE landscape, EDI regulations and responsibilities, and some of the key EDI challenges facing the sector. The session will introduce delegates to critical pedagogies, positionality and privilege as well as providing opportunities to analyse their own knowledge and understanding and reflect on their own professional practice.
Inclusive and Equitable Assessment and Feedback
Institutions and individual practitioners face new and ongoing challenges in providing effective, rigorous, and inclusive assessment and feedback to learners.
These two-part workshops will introduce the latest literature, practitioner learning, and sector insights to support participants develop their reflective and innovative practice. ‘Feedback’ and ‘assessment’ will be examined both as distinct areas of challenge and development, and as related elements of student learning. Participants will also have the opportunity to critically apply their learning to a ‘live’ assignment or practice used in their institution.
This two-part workshop will introduce the latest sector learning, tools, and insights to support participants as they design new and improve existing curricula and teaching pedagogies. ‘Spotlight’ challenges will explore issues such as; mental wellbeing of students; and working within accrediting or professional frameworks. Participants will also have the opportunity to critically apply their learning to a ‘live’ curriculum or materials.
Inclusive Student Engagement and Partnership
This two-part workshop will introduce the latest literature, practitioner learning, and sector insights to support participants in ensuring inclusivity for all as they embark on co-production and partnership initiatives with students in relation to teaching, learning and assessment. Participants will also have the opportunity to critically apply their learning to a ‘live’ initiative or proposal within their own institution.
Leading on Inclusive Teaching and Learning
This two-part workshop supports staff who are leading others in change efforts around inclusive teaching and learning. Participants will explore issues such as different approaches to change; inclusive leadership; positionality and power; working with different stakeholders and disciplines; evaluation, and accountability. Participants will also have the opportunity to analyse and explore their own ‘live’ issues.