Making your teaching inclusive: Focus on neurodiversity
Supporting your Students
Event bookings can only be created between
25/01/2022 - 23/02/2022
Who should attend?
Annie Bryan and Katie Morgan
“The term “neurodiversity” incorporates a variety of conditions, such as dyslexia, dyspraxia and autism, embracing the variety in how different individuals’ brains work.
This session explores the implications of neurodiversity for teaching practice in the current context. It explores the range of neurodiverse conditions, aiming to increase awareness and understanding. It seeks to identify practical steps which academics can take to support neurodiverse students, who may have varying degrees of recognition of their condition(s).
The session will include case studies, which will provide attendees with some insights into the challenges and opportunities that neurodiverse conditions may bring
What are the benefits?
In this interactive webinar, participants will:
- Explore what is meant by “neurodiversity” and conditions that fall into this category
- Gain an understanding of the learning experiences of neurodiverse individuals, based on a case study approach
- Identify practical solutions for inclusive approaches to their teaching practice to effectively support neurodiverse students
Topics covered include:
Supporting your students"
Occasions for this event
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|28/02/2022 14:00 - 15:30
||Online - link to be sent nearer the date