The University of Birmingham invites you to a free half-day seminar focusing on supporting autistic students within HE. The seminar is entitled Inclusive Curriculum approaches for autistic students – Lessons from participatory projects and will take place on the morning of Tuesday 27th June. This seminar will present a number of Inclusive Curriculum research projects which focus on supporting autistic students, and which have been developed with the active participation of autistic students as Project Leaders and/or Assistants.
Examples of good practice from a number of UK universities will be shared, with our reflections on the lessons learnt. You can find details and registration here: http://www.birmingham.ac.uk/schools/education/events/2017/06/inclusive-curriculum-approaches-for-autistic-students.aspx
As this is a free event, please share it with your networks and anyone to whom it would be of interest.
The event is organised by:
Dr Andrea MacLeod
Lecturer in Autism Studies
Autism Centre for Education & Research
School of Education
University of Birmingham
Tel: (0121) 415 8442
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