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This site has practical advice about teaching inclusively and will also help you meet the requirements of the Disability Discrimination Act. It will give you an insight into what study is like for disabled students, and what you can do to make a difference.
You are encouraged to adopt an anticipatory and proactive approach, recognise and meet the learning needs of individuals, and thus create a learning environment that is inclusive by design. There are also resources here that you can use for staff development.
The most compelling reasons for making your teaching inclusive come from the students themselves and the staff who support them. There are video clips throughout the site to tell their stories.