Teaching Matters is the University of Edinburgh’s website for debate about learning and teaching, for sharing ideas and approaches to teaching. This blog space showcases our academic colleagues’ successes, who are leading the way in delivering brilliant teaching.
After a prolific month in March, exploring topics around assessment and feedback, Teaching Matters is excited to present this month’s theme on Diversity and Inclusion.
You can find previous blog posts related to this theme here:
- Diversifying the medical curriculum using open educational resources by Jo Spiller
- Here, queer, but not for long: What’s happening to our LGBT+ student population? by Hazel Marzetti
- Enhancing teaching with resource lists by Angela Laurins
- Enabling equitable access by Paula Smith
- Making the classroom more inclusive by Catriona Ellis
- Fair’s Fair: embedding equality and diversity into the curriculum by Imogen Wilson
Throughout April, we’ll be adding to this content with several posts including the following:
- Digital tools to support inclusion by Anna Wood
- Access means much more than just lifts and ramps…… by Jan Gardiner
We hope that you enjoy this issue of Teaching Matters and encourage you to get involved. Future Teaching Matters themes include:
Employability and graduate attributes – May
Undergraduate curriculum – June
Postgraduate taught and research curriculum – July
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