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Inclusive Curriculum and Accessibility Project. 11 th June 2010. Anne Grant Chris Tuck Dr. Mark Francis-Wright. Overview. Introduction. Year 1 of a five-year work plan Aim – embed accessibility into teaching & learning and reduce barriers to learning

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inclusive curriculum and accessibility project

Inclusive Curriculum and Accessibility Project

11th June 2010

Anne Grant

Chris Tuck

Dr. Mark Francis-Wright

introduction
Introduction
  • Year 1 of a five-year work plan
  • Aim – embed accessibility into teaching & learning and reduce barriers to learning
  • Outputs – training package for HODs, to be cascaded to other teaching staff
project partners
Project Partners
  • Funding - awarded through LSBU ‘Learning & Teaching Project Innovation Scheme’ from LTEU
  • HE Academy – participated in Summit Programme ‘Developing Inclusive Learning & Teaching’
team structure
Team Structure

Combined knowledge of dyslexia, data analysis and learning & teaching

methodology
Methodology
  • Appreciative Inquiry (AI)
  • AI involves the art and practice of asking questions that strengthen a system’s capacity to heighten positive potential. It mobilizes inquiry through crafting an “unconditional positive question’ often involving hundreds or sometimes thousands of people.”
  • Cooperrider, D.L. & Whitney, D., “Appreciative Inquiry: A positive revolution in change.” In P. Holman & T. Devane (eds.), The Change Handbook, Berrett-Koehler Publishers, Inc., pages 245-263.
data collection
Data Collection

Individual interviews

Focus groups

further information
Further information
  • Contact us for this presentation and for more information about our findings

Chris Tuck – tuckc@lsbu.ac.uk

020 7815 6436