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What is TeachInclusive?

This website has been designed especially to help you make your teaching more inclusive. If you're a new academic at Anglia Ruskin, it will take you only 15 minutes to watch the videos of your colleagues on the Getting Started pages explaining the key elements of inclusive practice.

Why inclusive teaching?

Inclusive teaching is about minimising the barriers to learning experienced by students with different needs and expectations. Research has found that an inclusive approach has a positive impact on all students' learning experience, whether or not they have specific learning needs.

Inclusive teaching is not just about students with disabilities, we also have students of different ages, genders, sexual orientations, religions, nationalities and ethnicities and we have statutory obligations in all these areas. Put simply, it's our professional responsibility to ensure that our teaching reaches all our students.

A positive learning experience is one of the top reasons why students choose to continue their studies with us. This is important to everyone at Anglia Ruskin, since student retention and international growth are high on our University's list of priorities.

To begin, follow this link to Getting Started with inclusive practice.

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