Teaching & Learning


Design inclusive programmes at UCL EAST 22 May

22 May 2019, 1:00 pm–3:00 pm

Participants design a programme in an ABC workshop

Creating a new programme for UCL EAST? Attend this programme design session to learn how to incorporate key UCL concepts, from inclusive assessment to cross-disciplinary learning into your programme.

Event Information

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UCL Arena Centre


Room 101
16-18 Gordon Square
United Kingdom

Wednesday 22 May 1:00pm to 3:00pm 

UCL East are hosting this session which is open to all UCL staff who are creating programmes for UCL EAST.

More than 50 new or nearly new programmes are in development for UCL EAST. This session will engage leaders to engage in a collaborative approach to programme design. 

This workshop will cover the following areas from staff across UCL: 

  • Disability, Design and Innovation, a UCL EAST programme - Cathy Holloway and Tim Adlam, Global Disability Hub
  • Inclusive Design in Arts and Making, a UCL EAST programme - Kieren Read, Head of Department, Slade School of Fine Art
  • Inclusive assessment, Jenny Griffiths, Associate Director in the UCL Arena Centre for Research-based Education
  • Neurodiversity, Sarah-Louise Quinnell, Programme Director for How to Change the World, STEaPP
  • Inclusive design and cross-disciplinary learning, Abel Nyamapfene, Principal Teaching Fellow - Integrated Engineering Programme
  • Inclusive Curriculum Healthcheck, Julie Evans, Faculty Tutor Brain Sciences and Co-Lead BME Attainment project

After attending this session you will

  • understand practical guidelines to create a programme at UCL EAST
  • understand key areas for development in your programme at UCL EAST
  • know who to contact for further information when creating your programme at UCL EAST

Register now

Email Anne Preston, anne.preston@ucl.ac.uk to register for this session. 

Who should attend

You should attend if you are a member of UCL staff who wants to create or is creating a new programme for UCL EAST. 

Postgraduate Teaching Assistants and all early career educators will find this session particularly useful.