Inclusion in Higher Education webinar
A webinar on inclusion in Higher Education that is part of the Supporting Practices for Inclusive Schooling & Education for Youth (SPISEY) project.
|A School of Education research event|
|Date||9 May 2022|
|Time||16:00 to 17:30|
|Provider||School of Education|
|Intended audience||Academic staff and Professional Services staff|
|Registration information||Register via link above|
The event will provide an opportunity to discuss matters of inclusion within our institution based on recent research findings and the newly developed tool The Inclusion Compass.
The event will feature a talk on the Transformative Education Framework by Dr Vrinda Nayak (Associate Academic Dean for Students, Racial Equality and Inclusion) and Dr Caitlin Kight (Senior Academic Developer).
This event is relevant to all members of staff, both academics and professional services staff, involved in teaching/learning and supporting student experience.
- Brief presentation of SPISEY project findings and Inclusion Compass by project team + Q&A
- Invited speakers: Dr Vrinda Nayak (Associate Academic Dean for Students, Racial Equality and Inclusion) and Dr Caitlin Kight (Senior Academic Developer), topic: Transformative education framework + Q&A
- Break-out room discussion
Attendance: Online on Teams. Please register your attendance via this link: here
About the project: SPISEY is an Erasmus+ project with partners from Denmark, Finland, France, Spain and the UK. The project examined ways of fostering social inclusion in participating schools in the five countries, building on the Inclusion Compass, a management tool originally designed in the Danish context. The plan was for all countries to recruit primary and secondary schools and work with the Inclusion Compass to guide planning for inclusion. However, Covid-19 impacted these plans, and we conducted the study within our own institution, translating the aims and focus of the project to inclusion in HE. This is the project’s website: https://www.spisey-project.eu/ (currently under development)