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A series of guides to support inclusive teaching practice have been created by the Inclusive Learning and Teaching Development Group, led by Disability Services and Organisational Development and Professional Learning, and supported by academic, SES, LUU and central service colleagues.

The guides promote good practice in inclusive learning and teaching, in recognition of our diverse student population and the variety of learning styles and needs. The aim of each of the guides is to provide practical advice and a rationale, emphasising the benefit of certain actions or activities for students.

The guides, entitled “Being Inclusive in…” are aligned to the areas of activity of the UK Professional Standards Framework (2011), and are short ‘easy to use’ guides, with supporting evidence and resources for colleagues to explore any area in more detail.


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Date created: 5th January 2017 | Last updated: 4th October 2019 by Kirsten Thompson