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    Accessible Curricula: A Good Practice Guide [ pdf: 803 KB ]
    The aim of this excellent U.K. resource is to offer a 'quick reference' manual for curriculum-related disability issues. The term 'curriculum' is used in a broad way and refers not only to physical co...
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    CATSuite: Embedding inclusive practice within institutions
    CATSuite includes a number of resources focussed towards professional learning and embedding inclusive practice within institutions. These resources would be appropriate to support the work of practi...
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    Creating Accessible Teaching & Support (CATS)
    CATS is a website that provides information and resources to assist universities to create equitable access for students with disability and to comply with the Disability Discrimination Act and the Di...
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    Creating Inclusive College Classrooms
    A very useful paper covering a range of strategies for Creating Inclusive College Classrooms Shari Saunders and Diana Kardia, Center for Research on Learning and Teaching in University of Michigan
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    Inclusive Fieldwork & Expedition Practice (.pdf 743 kb)
    A workshop manual exploring the inclusion of disabled people in fieldwork and expeditions. Contains many useful tools to assist planning for the inclusion of people with disability in expeditions and...
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    Inclusive Learning Technologies Conference 2013 - Video presentations
    Videos of presentations from the 2012 Inclusive Learning Technologies Conference are available to view in full. The focus is on "inclusive learning technologies" - technologies designed to advance in...
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    Inclusive Practice within Psychology Higher Education - UK
    This publication aims to advise academics on aspects of inclusive teaching. Extracts from psychology students' experiences are included where appropriate. The sections include practical advice for in...
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    Inclusive Teaching - Strategies
    A number of suggested approaches used by staff at Monash to implement inclusive teaching strategies. Including video clips.
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    Inclusive Teaching & Assessment Strategies
    Inclusive teaching means providing learning opportunities that are free from bias and that take into account a diversity of individual needs and learning styles related to disability, race, socio-econ...
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    Inclusive Teaching: Learning Styles
    There are many different ways to learn, and each student has  preferences for how, when and where they do so. Learning styles are "traits that refer to how individuals approach learning task...
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    InCurriculum: An Inclusive Curriculum in Higher Education - UK
    The project aims to develop examples of an inclusive curriculum for higher education (HE), building on the expertise and practice set in place in the UK by the National AimHigher Project “AchieveAbili...
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    LINK - Learning Inclusively Network + Know-How - Europe
    LINK is a network of organisations, educational institutions, disability professionals, academics, students and interested individuals who all share the same ultimate goal, the full inclusion of stude...
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    Office for Learning and Teaching (OLT)
    The OLT (Office for Learning and Teaching) (formerly ALTC) promotes and supports change in higher education institutions for the enhancement of learning and teaching.
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    SciTrain - Science and Math for All
    Learn how to make your science and math classrooms more effective for students with disabilities and ADHD. SciTrain online courses are free – take them at your own pace and learn about classroom accom...
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    Teachability: Creating Accessible Curriculum - UK
    Creating an Accessible Curriculum for Students with Disabilities. An excellent guide to help academic staff reflect on all aspects of their teaching practices from providing information for prospe...
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    Teaching & Assessment Strategies for Deaf and Hearing Impaired Students
    Approximately one in ten individuals has a significant hearing loss. Within this population, most individuals have some level of hearing impairment and only a small proportion of the group is Dea...
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    Teaching & Assessment Strategies for Students with Mental Illness
    There are a wide range of mental health conditions and their impact on individual students varies greatly. These may include schizophrenia, depression, bipolar disorder, post-traumatic stress disorder...
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    Teaching Chemistry to Students with a Disability - US [ pdf: 868 KB ]
    This US manual produced by the American Chemical Society covers such topics as: Disability Laws and Services; In the Classroom; Testing and Evaluation; Assistive Technology and Accessible Computing; I...
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    Teaching Deaf Students: good practice guides for staff - UK
    Available on this UK web site are two free booklets entitled "Learning, teaching and assessment: good practice guides for staff teaching d/Deaf students in art, design and communication" and "Learning...
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    Teaching Inclusively Using Technology -UK
    Teaching Inclusively Using Technology has five constituent modules. These are: Preparing Your Learning; Delivering Learning (Lecture / Classroom); Delivering Learning (Practical / Fieldwork / Placeme...
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    Working with students with a disability: toolkit for staff (JCU)
    A toolkit for staff developed by James Cook University with information on inclusive teaching strategies, types of disability, legislation, reasonable adjustments etc.
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