The language we use directly impacts on our learners, our colleagues and our communities from first contact to progression via our curriculum. This means the words we use to describe our learners, our teaching and learning practices and our policies and procedures matter.
The language of inclusion changed dramatically throughout the 20th century and with the Equality Act 2010 and Code of Practice in 2014 it has gathered pace in the 21st. For this reason, this session starts with a very brief history of inclusion.
Join us to discuss just what to say and when for inclusion.