Embedding EDI into Teaching and Learning Activities
This page is intended to assist staff with some useful information and resources on how you might embed EDI issues into your Teaching and Learning activities. This section will be updated on an ongoing basis, so please check in regularly for additional resources.
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Universal Design is an approach to designing university teaching and learning to meet the learning needs of all students. UCD’s report on Universal Design for Curriculum Design can be found here.
This “Hitchhiker’s Guide” to Alternative Assessment, underpinned by the principles of Universal Design, can be found here.
The AHEAD organisation (a non-profit organisation working to create inclusive environments in education and employment for people with disabilities) has an informative Guide to Inclusive Teaching Strategies which can be found here.
The AHEAD organisation and Dr. Lisa Padden of UCD developed this webinar on the topic of Inclusive Assessment and Feedback which can be found here.
You can find a comprehensive set of Case Studies on Inclusive Assessment and Feedback, co-edited by Dr. Lisa Padden of UCD, in the report which can be found here.
Kingston University compiled this short video resource on Developing an Inclusive Curriculum which can be found here.
This short report produced by AHEAD and the National Forum for the Enhancement of Teaching and Learning in Higher Education highlights 10 Ways to Ensure that Online Assessment is Accessible and Inclusive. You can find it here.
Professor Marie Clarke of UCD co-authored a very interesting report on The Internationalisation of Irish Education which can be found here.
This useful report prepared by the International Education Association of Australia, which covers Good Practice in Teaching Across Cultures, can be found here.
This is an interesting report on the topic of Culturally Responsive Assessment Approaches - appropriate to the needs of an increasingly diverse student body. It can be found here.
This report from the Higher Education Academy addresses the topic of Engaging Home and International Students. It can be found here.
This short guide from Plymouth University addresses the issue of Unconscious Bias in Teaching. It can be found here.