Integrating principles of inclusivity into Future Facing Learning developments across Teesside University aligns with the University’s strategic aim to provide a ‘stimulating learning environment and innovative curricula that provides an outstanding student experience’
The aim of this section of LTE is to develop a shared understanding of inclusive design to support all learners in their academic experience and also in the development of skills to support professional and personal development for learning and life.
This section contains resources to support developing inclusivity and 21st Century Curriculum Design and Delivery including:
- Principles of Inclusivity
The adoption of a Universal Design for Learning (UDL) approach will assist Schools, Departments and the University to plan for diversity.
- Inclusive Curriculum Design in Higher Education
These resources available from the Higher Education Academy focus on thinking creatively about inclusive curriculum design from disciplinary perspectives.
- Guidelines for Inclusive Learning Resources
A set of Guidelines which are intended to provide basic inclusive principles to consider when staff develop learning materials for students.