Recorded case-studies from the Inclusive Practice Pedagogical Series AY20/21
A collection of five case-studies re. the design and delivery of an inclusive curricula.
Mission Impossible? Developing graduate resilience skills for future workplace leaders
Prior to starting a career in Ulster University Business School, Nikki was co-founder and HR Director of her own business, a is Fellow of the CIPD and therefore well placed to understand employer expectations of graduates for the future workplace.
Dr Nikki McQuillan
Inclusive Design: Assessment choice to improve attention and progression rates
Mark Simpson working collaboratively with Student Wellbeing Accessibility Advisor, Stephen Harper, has developed and implemented, an inclusive assessment pilot as a supportive measure to improve retention and progression rates.
Dr Mark Simpson
Influence the wellbeing of students
David was aware of the mental health and wellbeing issues currently presenting within the architecture,construction and wider built environment sector and has developed a paper, Changing Attitudes towards the Mental Wellbeing of Early Career Architectural Technology Professionals which provides background and guidance for employers, industry professionals, academics and students.
Practice to promote wellbeing in School of Law
Mary O’ Rawe introduces wellbeing promoting practices into the delivery of Law lectures and during tutorials. Using Menti (an audience response tool) Mary begins her delivery by inviting students to provide her with information on ‘How they are feeling’? Consulting students in this way teaches them to become more self-aware and self-reflect.