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Social Sciences Information Event - supporting students with disabilities

Social Sciences Information Event - Supporting Students with Disabilities

Wednesday 6th March - 1-2pm - S0.21, Social Sciences

Across the Higher Education Institutes (HEIs) sector, we see a positive increase in the number of students starting courses with declared disabilities, particularly from Neurodivergent students. Neurodivergent conditions encompass Dyslexia, Dyspraxia, Dyscalculia, ADHD and Autistic Spectrum Condition, many of which co-occur or overlap. However, research across the HEIs has identified that disparities exist when comparing the continuation rates and the learning and teaching experiences of disabled students versus non-disabled students. At the University of Warwick, our TEF submission in 2018 and the Access Participation Plan also echoed these wider sector research findings.

This session will enable

  • Learn more about the code of practice for disabled students.

  • An opportunity for staff to share experiences and challenges of embedding inclusive practices and discuss possible solutions.

  • Hear more about how you can use the neurodiversity toolkit to enhance the academic learning experience of students at the University of Warwick.

If you would like to attend this event please register your interest via the form below.
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