An inclusive environment for learning anticipates the varied requirements of learners and aims to ensure that all students have equal access to educational opportunities (UK Quality Code for HE). There are many resources available around higher education and how inclusive practice should be implemented, as well as studies around the subject, below are some that may be of interest.
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Inclusive Curriculum: Subject Specific Resources
Geography Discipline Network: Inclusive Curriculum Network
STEM Disability - providing support for disabled students and teaching staff in STEM
Arts, Media and Design
Unseen on Screen: Gay People on Youth TV (Stonewall, 2010)
Dash – cultivation of space for extraordinary artists – Disability led visual arts organisation
Exceptional Nurse - an American network committed to inclusion of more people with disabilities in the nursing profession.
A Disabled Person's Guide to Becoming a Health Professional (Health Professions Council, 2006)
Good Health and Good Character: Guidance for Approved Educational Institutions (Nursing and Midwifery Council, 2010)
UK Health Professionals with Hearing Loss - Deaf and hard of hearing people working and training in health professions
Better Health - using evidence to promote race equality in health
Teachers' Report - Teachers' perspective on homophobic bullying in Britain's primary and secondary schools (Stonewall, 2009)
School Report- Tackling homophobic bullying in Britain’s primary and secondary schools (Stonewall, 2012)
Skill video case studies - Featuring disabled teachers in action in the class room
Rainbow Teaching – Supporting LGBT and inclusive teaching
Law Society: Diversity and Inclusion Law Society: Lawyers with Disabilities
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