Annual conference 2019 – workshops

Building the inclusive curriculum. Is audio feedback an effective approach for diverse cohorts?  Vikki Anderson, Adina Pirtea, Susan Onens & Karl Nightingale, University of Birmingham. 

Equity or advantage? The effect of receiving access arrangements in university exams on students with specific learning difficulties (spld). Helen Duncan, Senior Neurodiversity Adviser, University of Cambridge.

Patterns beyond labels: reframing inclusive teaching and learning in the context of inclusive feedback design. Abby Osborne & Robert Eaton, University of Bath.

Unlocking potential by “getting it right first time”. Dr Richard Woolley, Patrick Clark Sharon Smith, University of Worcester.

DADA: a toolkit to design and develop alternative assessment. Dr Silvia Colaiacomo, Mr Ben Watson, University of Kent, Dr Pauline Hanesworth, Advance HE,  Ms Kate Lister, Open University.

Must, should, could: competency testing and pathways to more inclusive assessment practices. Dr Barrie Cooper & Dr Layal Hakim, University of Exeter.

Inclusivity in context: the artefact as a critical tool for creative inquiry.
Sally Hall & Jason Hirons, Plymouth College of Art.

Assessment choice and student confidence: impact of level and scaffolding for success. Dr. Laura Bennett & Sara Bird, University of the West of England.

Rock and a hard place: assessing the strengths and challenges of creating student choice in assessment. Dr Ceri Morris & Emmajane Milton, Cardiff University.

Making assessment more inclusive for students with specific learning differences/difficulties (SpLDs): moving from pockets of excellence to mainstream practice. Kate Ippolito, Professor Sara Rankin & David Mooney, Imperial College London.

Making a bid for utopia: exploring authentic assessments and student agency. Pete Bennett & Dr Victoria Wright, University of Wolverhampton.

Integrating inclusive assessment with inclusive teaching: the SOAS experience and the challenge of choice . Dr Angus Lockyer & Carol John, School of Oriental and African Studies.

Assessment – pick and mix or sour grapes? Julia Reeve, Angela O’Sullivan & Leisa Nichols-Drew, De Montfort University.

Learning by doing: experiments in alternative assessment at the Arts University Bournemouth. Steven White & Dr Jon Croose, Arts University Bournemouth.










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