Accommodate a range of learning preferences

A central principle of inclusion is that practice is altered to take account of diversity within the student body. This is meant in the sense of equality and diversity characteristics but also in the sense that all of us prefer to learn in different ways and have different skills and attributes.

It is therefore essential that teaching is delivered to take into account a range of preferences and allows for flexibility of access for our students.

ILTAF statement: Our andragogy encompasses a variety of teaching strategies, activities and methods to accommodate a range of learning preferences.

Multi-sensory presentation

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