Accessible and inclusive teaching and learning

It is important that you consider how you can be proactive in delivering inclusive teaching, learning and assessment.

For instance, if you are going to use multi-media (such as YouTube) during your teaching, you should consider how you would sub-title these videos in order to give access to deaf or hearing impaired students. You should avoid trying to bolt-on these arrangements after you have designed your teaching sessions.

Whilst these arrangements may take extra time and resources, if they are left to chance during your teaching, they could present barriers to access for disabled students.

ILTAF statement: Staff make arrangements to deliver teaching and learning which is accessible and inclusive.