AHEAD Journal - Issue 2
Tuesday, 26th April 2016
In Issue 2, we hear from blind psychiatrist Dr. Timothy Cordes on perceptions & neuroplasticity, from Dr. Michael Seery on the pros & cons of the flipped classroom approach, we get outcomes from the latest research on the transition to college of blind and visually impaired students, we hear Kerry Pace's management strategies for Dyspraxia and get a European view on international mobility of students with disabilities from our colleagues in SIHO (Belgium). We've packed all this and much more into our latest edition which spans over 100 pages and features articles, illustrations and infographics from across the world. We hope you enjoy it!
- There to see the sights?
- The Flipped Classroom: Rationale and Approaches for Higher Education
- Coming Ready or Not – Supporting Disabled Students in Changing Times in England
- Students’ Voices: Listening to blind/visually impaired students’ transition needs
- Academic Support Service Adaptations in Response to the Psychosocial Needs of Third Level Students with Dyslexia
- Illustrations – freehand illustrations from Ray Watson, Deaf graduate, Ballyfermot College of Further Education
- Effective Transition to Higher Education for Students with Disabilities through Enhancing the Use of Assistive Technology in Second Level Education
- (No) Limits on International Exchange? International mobility and students with disabilities
- My Personal Experiences of Dyspraxia: Management strategies and resources for all
- Students with Disabilities in Higher Education: The numbers in pictures
- Enhancing Teaching and Learning for Diverse Student Groups in Higher Education
- Employers! Stand Up For What You Believe In! - Challenge the perceptions of disability in the workplace and explore the transition of graduates with disabilities into employment
- 10th Anniversary of the WAM Programme
- Book review by Alan Hurst - Atherton, M. (2012) Deafness, Community and Culture in Britain: Leisure and Cohesion 1945 – 1995
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The Journal is published by AHEAD from its office in Dublin as an electronic publication. There are no paper copies of the publication. Articles are invited with a word length of 1500 – 2500 words. Shorter articles of c. 900 words are also invited. From time to time longer articles based on recent research, up to 3500 words, can be considered. Topics can include any area of practice in further and higher education which relates to the support, progression and achievement of students with disabilities; transition to employment, vocational and professional training and employment; reasonable accommodations and other areas of equality legislation. Please contact Lorraine Gallagher (sub editor) to express an interest in submitting. Submissions from current or past students with disabilities are particularly welcome.