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Course Delivery. From: Accessible Curricula – Good Practice for All UWIC, LTSN, TechDis. Students May use a variety of learning styles May require a more flexible environment May not think they are very good at learning. Lecturers

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course delivery

Course Delivery

From: Accessible Curricula – Good Practice for All

UWIC, LTSN, TechDis

LTSN Hospitality, Leisure, Sport & Tourism SENDA Workshop

parity of learning experience
Students

May use a variety of learning styles

May require a more flexible environment

May not think they are very good at learning

Lecturers

Need to consider presenting information and learning experiences in different ways

Try other forms of delivery to allow flexibility

Need to consider introducing students to new ways of learning

Parity of Learning Experience

LTSN Hospitality, Leisure, Sport & Tourism SENDA Workshop

checklist
Checklist
  • Listen and understand the student
  • Ask what support a student may need
  • Help plan workload
  • Direct student to Disability Officer
  • Be aware of own limitations
  • Form network support e.g study groups
  • Keep in contact if student away from studies

LTSN Hospitality, Leisure, Sport & Tourism SENDA Workshop

understanding needs
Understanding needs
  • Take time to discuss study strategies
  • Good communication with students at the beginning of a programme or module
  • May be students with hidden disabilities
  • Collaborate on demanding issues, may require greater intervention on lecturers part

LTSN Hospitality, Leisure, Sport & Tourism SENDA Workshop

preparing the room
Preparing – the room
  • Need to know in advance what the needs of students are e.g.
    • Dyslexic student may need to use a lap top and need an electric point at the front
    • May need to provide light on lecturers face when room is darkened for hearing impaired
    • Will the lecturer have light on face? Avoid back to the light and face in shadow

LTSN Hospitality, Leisure, Sport & Tourism SENDA Workshop

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Preparing – the room
  • Checklist
    • Is it accessible for all students? Is there wheelchair access at the front?
    • Will it have extraneous noise, be of the right size?
    • Has it got power points for student access?
    • Microphone needed/working?
    • Induction loop needed/working?
    • Location accessible?

LTSN Hospitality, Leisure, Sport & Tourism SENDA Workshop

teaching strategies
Teaching strategies
  • Face the class when speaking
  • Repeat discussion questions from students so all students can hear-face the class
  • Give oral AND written instructions
  • Vary presentation methods
  • Use OHP etiquette
  • Prepare materials early so adaptations can be made

LTSN Hospitality, Leisure, Sport & Tourism SENDA Workshop

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Teaching strategies
  • Do not walk around the class or pace back and forth
  • Provide lists of new technical terms or subject specific abbreviations
  • If using videos provide a written summary of what the video shows, in advance or arrange for it to be subtitled or provide a transcript
  • Provide reading lists in advance

LTSN Hospitality, Leisure, Sport & Tourism SENDA Workshop

course materials
Course materials
  • Need to be available in advance
  • Should be available in large print (at least 18pt)
  • Should be available on coloured paper if not available on the intranet or on disc
  • Workbooks are best comb bound in order that they lay flat when open
  • Alternative formats should be considered e.g braille, tape

LTSN Hospitality, Leisure, Sport & Tourism SENDA Workshop

ohp etiquette
OHP Etiquette
  • Use a font size of at least 30pt
  • Use a sans serif font e.g. Arial
  • Use mixed case
  • Use bold to highlight rather than underline or italic
  • Use bullet points to break up text
  • Use no more than 6 bullet points per slide

LTSN Hospitality, Leisure, Sport & Tourism SENDA Workshop

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OHP Etiquette
  • Only one subject on each slide
  • Keep lines left justified, ragged right
  • Keep plenty of space between lines
  • Use solid contrasting colours for diagrams
  • Use contrasting brightness as well as colours
  • Keep all slides clear and concise

LTSN Hospitality, Leisure, Sport & Tourism SENDA Workshop

powerpoint presentations
PowerPoint presentations
  • Dark rooms – dark background; light text
  • Light rooms – light background; dark text
  • Keep consistent background colour
  • Avoid patterned backgrounds
  • Keep it simple; volume of text, colours, fonts and animation

LTSN Hospitality, Leisure, Sport & Tourism SENDA Workshop

powerpoint handouts
PowerPoint Handouts
  • Make available in advance
  • Put on the web/intranet
  • Make large print versions available
  • Provide information on how to convert handouts to black and white Word files for cheaper, quicker printing

LTSN Hospitality, Leisure, Sport & Tourism SENDA Workshop

using video and audio
Using video and audio
  • If possible provide a transcript for all students
  • Provide transcript in advance
  • If possible have videos subtitled

LTSN Hospitality, Leisure, Sport & Tourism SENDA Workshop

seminars tutorials
Seminars/tutorials
  • Give students the topic or a discussion paper in advance
  • Should encourage students to participate by being open and sensitive
  • This can be nerve wracking for some students
  • Consider seating arrangements
  • Allow one person to speak at a time
  • Summarise and test understanding

LTSN Hospitality, Leisure, Sport & Tourism SENDA Workshop

seminars and tutorials
Seminars and tutorials
  • Use a flipchart or a whiteboard to summarise comments
  • Have breaks if the tutorial or seminar is long
  • Some students may need flexible attendance
  • Some students may need flexible arrangements for presentations

LTSN Hospitality, Leisure, Sport & Tourism SENDA Workshop

assessment
Assessment
  • QAA Code of Practice states:
    • “ Assessment and examination policies, practices and procedures should provide disabled students with the same opportunity as their peers to demonstrate the achievement of learning outcomes”

LTSN Hospitality, Leisure, Sport & Tourism SENDA Workshop

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Assessment
  • Alternative assessment arrangements may need to be made but-
    • They should be equally rigorous
    • Be applied consistently across the institution
    • Not depend on students’ individual funding arrangements

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Assessment
  • May involve alternative room
  • May involve alternative format
  • May involve alternative timing
  • May be computer aided

LTSN Hospitality, Leisure, Sport & Tourism SENDA Workshop