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Professor Celia Greenway (Director of Student Engagement) discusses the Inclusive Educator resource.

An inclusive educator is concerned about the success and well-being of all students, and is committed to learning about how some teaching practices can be exclusionary.

Access the Inclusive Educator resource on Canvas

On completion of the course you will collect a Digital Badge to add to your email signature, LinkedIn profile etc., and this will demonstrate your commitment to becoming an inclusive educator.

Here is a more information about the course on the HEFi website.

The Inclusive Educator has been selected as a finalist in the 2021 Global Academic Development Good Practice Awards.  Winners will be announced at an event on 3rd November 2021.

The BAME teaching and learning framework -  (You may need to be enrolled on the Inclusive Educator course in order to access this).

Advance HE post by Dr Louise Taylor Bunce: "How can we become anti-racist? A guide"

Advanced HE resource on the hidden curriculum  which includes sections on e.g. estranged and care experienced students,  working class students, transition, autism, and the binary curriculum.

Advance HE resource out on assessment and feedback, which alongside sections on sustainability and academic standards, has a good collection of articles on inclusive assessment.

Buitendijk, S. and Curry, S. / LERU (2019). Equality, diversity and inclusion at universities: the power of a systemic approach. Retrieved April 6, 2020, from

Dale-Rivas (Ed.)/ HEPI (2019) The white elephant in the room: ideas for reducing racial inequalities in higher education. HEPI Report 120. Retrieved 6 April 2020, from