The ICP project team produced a series of nine staff guides and one student guide designed to support disabled students studying GEES
subjects in higher education, as listed below.
GEES Departments in HEFCE-funded HEIs and all Higher Education Academy Subject Centres will each receive a complete set of the printed guides. Disability Advisors in HEIs with GEES Departments will also receive a set of guides. In addition, pdf versions of the guides are available for viewing and downloading from this page.
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- Issues in developing an inclusive curriculum: examples from geography, earth and environmental sciences (9,106KB)
Healey, M., Jenkins, A. & Leach, J.
- To a degree: a guide for students with specific learning difficulties, long-term medical conditions or impairments
Clark, G., Wareham, T. & Turner, R.
print version (489KB)
- Developing an inclusive curriculum for students with hearing impairments (317KB)
Wareham, T., Clark, G. & Turner, R.
- Developing an inclusive curriculum for students with mobility impairments (357KB)
Milsom, C., Anwar, N. & Thompson, S.
- Developing an inclusive curriculum for students with dyslexia and hidden disabilities (1,263KB)
Waterfield, J., West, R. & Chalkley, B.
- Developing an inclusive curriculum for visually disabled students (4,828KB)
- Developing an inclusive curriculum for a) students with mental health issues; b) students with Asperger Syndrome (4,511KB)
Leach, J. & Birnie, J.
- Developing an inclusive curriculum: a guide for lecturers (505KB)
- Developing an inclusive curriculum: a guide for Heads of Department and Course Leaders (362KB)
- Developing an inclusive curriculum: a guide for support staff (765KB)
Michele Hills, CLT Projects, tel: +44 (0)1242 714831, email: email@example.com
Address: Centre for Learning and Teaching, University of Gloucestershire, Francis Close Hall, Swindon Road, Cheltenham, GL50 4AZ,