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EDI workshop 2

Introduction to EDI in Teaching and Learning Workshops

Explore what inclusive learning and teaching is – or could be – and gain an overview of key sector contexts and challenges. Participants will be supported to reflect on their own practice or approach in a friendly space, and learn from the latest research and case studies.

These two-part workshops 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, build confidence in discussing issues of inclusion and equity, and provided opportunities to analyse and reflect on their own professional practice.

Booking information

Dates: 21 March and 4 April 2023
Location: Virtual

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Who is delivering the course?

This session will be delivered by Advance HE Senior Advisers specialising in both EDI and learning and teaching.

Dr Helen Webster

Senior Advisor, Student Success
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Advance HE
Dr Helen Webster
Dr Helen Webster joined Advance HE in 2022, from a background in university Student Services specialising in learning and academic skills development. As Senior Adviser for Student Success, she works across a range of areas including access, retention, attainment and progression with a focus on wellbeing and inclusion.
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Content

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.
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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)