How can effective use of technology for inclusive practice support the wellbeing of learners, and staff? What are peers and colleagues doing across higher and further education to address this.
In this webinar we’ll be sharing effective practice and hearing real example from across the sector regarding how relevant digital skills can:
- Enable differentiated teaching and assessment and personalised learning: providing choice, enhancing engagement, designing and delivering flexible curriculum
- Increase awareness and use of customisation options, assistive technology and productivity tools that help remove barriers, increase independence and improve access for everyone
- Contribute directly to digital confidence, independence, employability, and efficiency and have a positive impact on digital wellbeing
- Julia Taylor, subject specialist: strategy (access and engagement), Jisc
- Kate Lister, lecturer in education studies faculty of wellbeing, education and language studies, OU
- Charlotte Judd, digital coach and practitioner, faculty of inclusive practice, Weston College
- Vikki Liogier, national head of edtech and digital skills, ETF
Who should attend
All college and university staff involved in teaching and learning, curriculum design, learning resource, library centres, study and student support roles.
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