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Module design.

Designing modules involves thinking about different teaching activities for student learning.

Here you will find insights into dyslexia and examples of how some staff have designed ways of teaching for everyone that have addressed common issues for dyslexic students. For example, tutors and dyslexic students talk about how they use podcasts and WebCT.

You may find that you can adapt these techniques to suit your own disciplinary context.

Inclusive teaching

Examples from Podcasting

  • Recording podcasts is one way of supporting a range of auditory and visual learning approaches.
  • Podcasting allows flexibility in terms of pace and learning preferences and hence is inclusive.
  • Using podcasts encourages active learning and positive motivation.

Video examples

Dyslexia video: "What students consider in deciding to disclose their dyslexia.." Duration: 3 minutes : 0 seconds

What students consider in deciding to disclose their dyslexia.

"…they've come to a good university knowing they're able and they're having to take this label of being disabled…"

3 min 0s student perspective video by Barbara Taylor et al., in What is dyslexia

Dyslexia video: "Feedback on exams: 1 to 1 tutorials in Geography.." Duration: 1 minute : 26 seconds

Feedback on exams: 1 to 1 tutorials in Geography.

"…we give them their numeric marks…and then back that up…by giving them much more intensive feedback in a PARS tutorial…"

1 min 26s inclusive teaching video by Robert Dugdale, in Giving feedback

Dyslexia video: "Benefits of podcasting for dyslexic students.." Duration: 2 minutes : 43 seconds

Benefits of podcasting for dyslexic students.

"…you could listen to them over and over and you could make decent notes…as opposed to the useless notes which I normally make…"

2 min 43s student perspective video by Alex Sallis et al., in Podcasting

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