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Week 5 Pre-recorded Sessions

Each of the five weeks is focused on a different theme, looking at various aspects of a whole-college approach to inclusion. Below are a selection of pre-recorded presentations linked to our theme: “Welcome Everybody!” Universal Design for Learning in the Online Classroom.

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Week 5 Pre-Record 1

Week 5 Pre-Record 1

Online Jigsaw Method for Inclusive Teaching

  1. Jane Brennan, Enabling Transitions Schools Facilitator, IT Tralee Siobhan Mac Garry, IT Tralee

Week 5 Pre-Record 2

Week 5 Pre-Record 2

Adapting a Peer Mentoring Programme for the Digital World

  1. Suzanne McCarthy, Educational Psychologist, Rehab Group / National Learning Network Aisling Creighton, Assistant Psychologist, Rehab Group/ National Learning Network

Week 5 Pre-Record 3

Week 5 Pre-Record 3

No Disabled Need Apply: My Journey as a Disabled, International Student in Ireland

  1. Lindsey Pamlanye, International Partnerships Assistant, University College Dublin.

Week 5 Pre-Record 4

Week 5 Pre-Record 4

Hearing the Voice of Disabled Staff, PhD and Postdocs with Disabilities in Trinity College Dublin

  1. Dr Vivian Rath, Trinity College Dublin Dr Patricia McCarthy, Associate Research Fellow. Trinity College Dublin Dr Clodagh Brook, Associate Vice Provost for EDI and Associate Professor of Italian, Trinity College Dublin.

Week 5 Pre-Record 5

Week 5 Pre-Record 5

Dutch National Network Student Welfare

  1. Joyce Van der Wegen, CINIOP Judith Jansen,

Week 5 Poster 1

Week 5 Poster 1

UDL, Coffee, Chats, and Knowledge Nibbles Building a Virtual UDL Social Network

  1. Cathy O' Kelly, Institute of Technology, Sligo Mairead McCann, Institute of Technology, Sligo

Week 5 Poster 2

Week 5 Poster 2

The NICE Programme: Your Roadmap to Starting a Virtual Exchange

  1. Lindsey Pamlanye, International Partnerships Assistant, University College Dublin. Anna Creery, University of Edinburgh

Week 5 Poster 3

Week 5 Poster 3

Face-to-Face and Online Networks: Diverse doctoral candidates’ experiences?

  1. Maeve O' Regan, PhD researcher Trinity College Dublin
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