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Student perspective

"My tutor has been brilliant at telling me whether I'm on the right track and showing me where I've gone off on a tangent."

Source: Third year Physiotherapy student with Academic Support tutor, Dec. 2006.

Students in discussion

Dyslexia video: "Students taking the lead with their supervisor.." Duration: 1 minute : 31 seconds

Students taking the lead with their supervisor.

"…I am a visual person and he used to do sketches to explain things and I found that really beneficial as well…" (1 min 31s video by Michael Shaw et al.)

Teaching methods

Inclusive teaching:

  • Be willing to ask how a student approaches their learning and negotiate the best way to tackle a problem.
  • Consider carefully the kinds of topic, e.g. for projects and dissertations, that best suits the learning approaches of an individual student, e.g. a literature review or practical project.

Reasonable adjustments:

  • Be aware that students will not remember a lot of verbally presented information unless it is recorded in some way.
  • Be willing to discuss how to do this and be open to their recording your discussion.
  • Be willing to advise on reading and writing strategies appropriate for your discipline as well as on content.

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