When considering what inclusive practice might look like, it is important that we consider how subject specialisms may change how colleagues approach this topic and what might prove to be the most effective strategies.  The contributions below focus on subjects within STEM and what inclusive practice looks like within these specialisms.

We also invite colleagues to join us for a round-table discussion, focused on the resources above, that will be taking place on Tuesday 14th July, 10:00-11:30.  To join the conversation, colleagues must first join the Annual Conference Teams site, which you can do by signing up here: https://tinyurl.com/FYNAC2020

Once you are a member of the Teams site, you can join the conversation taking place in the Inclusivity in STEM channel.  


Matthew Craven, University of Plymouth, What does inclusion for Foundation Year Mathematics Post-Pandemic Look Like? What are the Effects on Student Wellbeing?

Rosalyn Ferguson and Willy Kitchen, University of Sheffield, Teaching stats through the medium of dance (kinda): inclusive approaches for diverse student cohorts (Link to Video one) (Link to video two) (Link to video three)

Bianca Sala, University of Sheffield, The effects of streaming based on academic achievement on a physics Foundation Year Course (opens PDF)