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Introduction to EDI in Teaching and Learning (Series 1)

County / Region
United Kingdom
Position on the Pathway
Grow your skills
Fellowship Category
All Fellowship Categories
Event Type
Virtual Workshop
Start Date
End Date
Two half-day modules: 17 Oct & 31 Oct, both 9:30 to 13:00. Participants will need to be available to attend both sessions
Institution Type
Higher Education and Further Education
Price From
Standard ticket £215


This two-part workshop will provide an introduction to the current HE landscape; Equality, Diversity and Inclusion (EDI) duties and opportunities; and some of the key EDI challenges facing the sector. Delegates will be introduced to different approaches and understandings of inclusive pedagogy, will build confidence in discussing issues of inclusion and equity, and be provided with opportunities to analyse and reflect on their own professional practice. 


The blended module involves two half-day online workshops, and c. 1 hour of independent reflection and reading. Indicative content:

  • Sector landscape on inclusive education: challenges and change, drivers and duties.
  • Centring the student: inclusion, experience, and belonging
  • Routes to inclusion: introduction to different models of inclusive pedagogy and practice
  • Becoming a reflective inclusive practitioner.

Learning outcomes

On completion, participants should be able to: 

  • Understand the wider sector context for inclusive LTA, and the roles of educators within that
  • Confidently discuss issues of inclusion and equity in LTA with other educators 
  • Critically reflect on their own inclusive practice (as teachers, or supporters of teaching) 

Who should attend?

Higher education staff (or relevant student partners) wishing to build their foundational knowledge around inclusive education in an interactive and friendly environment. We expect and welcome new or experienced teachers looking to enhance their own practice, and other colleagues support academic development and student learning experiences. Professional services staff with responsibility for tackling inequalities in the student experience who wish to develop their understanding of how EDI interacts with learning and teaching are also very welcome.

To ensure a mix of participants, we may limit institutions to 3 bookings each for this cohort. Further sessions are likely to be available in future.

Please note: while the session will centre UK legislative and regulatory context and terminology, this will sit alongside global research and case studies