Teaching and Learning
Inclusive Assessment Guide
This guide was generated by the Inclusive Assessment Working Group at Leeds Beckett University. It is designed to support academic staff in providing a diverse range of students with inclusive assessment and academic support. You can access the guide on the QAS website.Inclusive Assessment Guide
Universal Design for Learning
Universal Design for Learning Guidelines
Leeds Beckett Disability Advice
This link will take you to the Leeds Beckett Disability Advice website that has guidance on the different types of disabilities your students may have. There are also contact details should you require guidance for specific cases.
Creating Inclusive and Accessible Learning Environments
Inclusive and accessible learning environments - an infokit about enhancing inclusive and accessible learning environments generated in April 2016 by Leeds Beckett students on our Postgraduate Certificate in Academic Practice. Click here
The Disability Advice team have produced a guide to producing Accessible and Alternative Formats of documents. The guide can be downloaded here.
A session was run by Emeritus Fellow David Killick around exploring inclusivity. The resources from the session can be found here.
The link below provides resources created by Manchester Metropolitan University around making your teaching and learning inclusive to all.
Resources to support students whose first language or culture is not "English".
A staff guide to cultural inclusivity was created for staff. The guide can be downloaded here.
English language support for students who speak English as a Foreign language.
Specific guidance for international students from Skills for Learning.
External website resources
Epigeum online course on supporting students with special needs click here.
The 2010 Equality Act - which sets out the legal framework for equal action, including details of the categories of people with protected characteristics. Click here for a link to the Act.
Here is a Best Practice Guide produced by Birmingham University for the sector called ‘LGBTQ-Inclusivity in the Higher Education Curriculum’. It’s full of valuable insights and advice, with relevance to wider areas of inclusivity in HE.Download here.
This is a book published through the University of Sheffield provides some very useful ideas and suggestions how to make your teaching more inclusive. It includes ideas for presentations, handouts and lectures. There are also case- studies from the sector on how others have embedded inclusivity into their practice.Click here.
Higher Education Academy - Inclusive curriculum design in higher education and Inclusive learning and teaching in higher education
Inclusive assessment website by Plymouth University. Click here
An online course about learning to teach inclusively using inclusive curriculum and assessment. Created as an OER by the University of Wolverhampton. Click here.This government guide is to support Higher Education Institutes in Inclusive Teaching and Learning as a route to Excellence and looks at making reasonable adjustments. The guide can be accessed here.
Sally Brown on Inclusive Assessment
David Boud on Assessment 2020
Race and Higher Education
More information about this event can be found on this page.
Here is a useful guide if you are interested in continuous assessment as an inclusive form of assessment . Patchwork assessment means “The essence of a patchwork is that it consists of a variety of small sections, each of which is complete in itself, and that the overall unity of these component sections, although planned in advance, is finalized retrospectively, when they are ‘stitched together’.” Winter (2003: 112) .
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