Inclusive Teaching Special Interest Group

One way in which we aim to create conditions throughout Oxford where excellence in teaching and assessment can thrive is by bringing educators, administrators and students together through our facilitated education communities.

The communities offer different opportunities for staff to enhance and support their practice – from open networks and user groups, to special interest groups. 

One of these is the Inclusive Teaching Special Interest Group (Inclusive Teaching SIG). Find out about our other groups

What is the Inclusive Teaching SIG? 

This group brings together staff from across the collegiate University who wish to discuss and develop ways to effectively meet the institutional anticipatory duty towards disabled students at Oxford under the Equality Act. 

The group is facilitated by the Centre for Teaching and Learning and organised via Teams. 

Sessions are held in-person and online during the year, and provide opportunities to network, share good practices and experiences, and contribute to projects led by the Centre in the area of inclusive teaching at undergraduate and postgraduate levels.  

Who is the Inclusive Teaching SIG for? 

The group is relevant to staff who wish to develop their practice relating to effective ways of meeting the institutional anticipatory duty towards disabled students under the Equality Act. The group may be especially relevant for disability leads or others working to embed inclusive practices at Oxford. The group is open to all academic and professional services staff at Oxford with an active interest and/or remit in practising, developing or supporting inclusive teaching.

How can I join the Inclusive Teaching SIG? 

You can join the group via Teams.

Step 1: Make sure you are logged into Teams

Step 2: Click on this link. This will join you to our Education Community Team automatically and you will be able to view the Inclusive Teaching SIG Team Channel.

If you don’t have a SSO (Single Sign-On) account or have difficulty joining, please contact us.

How can I manage my notifications for the Education Community Team?

If you change nothing about your Teams notifications, you will receive both desktop notifications and activity feed alerts for @mentions, direct messages (chat), and all new conversations and @mentions in all channels within the Education Community Team, not just those for the Inclusive Teaching SIG Team Channel.

If you would like to turn off notifications from any channel in the Education Community Team (ie for those groups you do not wish to follow), here is how to customise notifications in a Teams channel.

More details of how to change notifications can be found at Learn how to choose the right settings to fit your preferences.

If you have any queries, please contact us.

When are the next sessions of the Inclusive Teaching SIG? 

In 2023-24, sessions of the Inclusive Teaching SIG will be held as below.

Calendar invitations will be posted in the Inclusive Teaching SIG Channel in our Education Community Team

To join the Team, make sure you are logged into MS Teams, then click on this link. This will join you to the Team automatically and you will then be able to view the Channel.

 

Date

Time and format

1

Thu 5 Oct 2023 (Wk 0, MT23)

10-11.30am, in-person

2

Wed 6 Dec 2023 (Wk 9, MT23) 

11.30am-1pm, in-person

3

Thu 18 Jan 2024 (Wk 1, HT24)

1-2pm, online

4

Tue 12 Mar 2024 (Wk 9, HT24)

9.15-10.45am, in-person

5

Thu 25 Apr 2024 (Wk 1, TT24) 

2-3pm, in-person

6 Wed 3 Jul 2024 (Wk 11, TT24) 11.45am-1pm, in-person

Can I view materials from previous sessions?

Once you have joined the Inclusive Teaching SIG, materials from previous sessions will be available to you via the Inclusive Teaching Special Interest Group Channel in the Education Community Team.

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