INHEF Symposium 2022
Inclusive and Universal Approaches in Higher Education for Students with Intellectual Disabilities
Welcome to the first Inclusive National Higher Education Forum (INHEF) Symposium.
MTU Cork School of Music, Union Quay, Cork. November 25th 2022, 09:30 to 16:30. Free Registration.
There will be presentations, multimedia stations, and even a performance!
There are no tickets remaining for in-person attendance.
You can still attend the event online, click here to register.
Dr. Joseph Ryan
Dr. Sue Carpenter
Topics being presented
Topics being presented include Student success, Inclusive teaching & learning enhancement, teaching/learning in a digital world, and professional development of all those who teach.
• We want to share some of the good examples of inclusive education for students with intellectual disabilities across Ireland and other countries.
• We want to give students and graduates with intellectual disabilities a chance to share their experiences of going to college and learn from them.
• We believe this will help to make colleges more inclusive to all students, graduates, lecturers, and professionals with experience in ID in college.
• We hope the symposium will help people making important decisions in Ireland to make colleges more inclusive.
The Inclusive National Higher Education Forum (INHEF) is a national interest group comprised of representatives of higher education providers and other professionals interested in supporting access routes and inclusive education initiatives to learners with intellectual disabilities in the Republic of Ireland.
This symposium seeks to provide a collaborative platform for people in Higher Education Institutions (HEIs) to demonstrate their advances in providing for the diverse student body that reflects Ireland’s post-secondary population’s strengths and needs. Further, it strives to provide a space for persons with Intellectual Disabilities (ID) to relate their educational journeys and to challenge HEIs in advancing their inclusive thinking, acting, planning and policy development.
For those of you travelling here is more information about the venue: MTU Cork School of Music & Travel information
Both the lecture hall and the gathering area are on the ground floor. There are no steps, and the stage areas will not be raised. Recordings and other media will be released after the event.
The symposium will be held at Munster Technological University (MTU)
Cork School of Music
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The National Forum works with those leading and advising on the enhancement of teaching and learning in Irish higher education. It works with those who teach, learn and shape policy and practice to ensure a valued and informed teaching and learning culture in Irish higher education. It has a focus on the professional development of all those who teach, teaching and learning in a digital world, teaching and learning within and across disciplines, and student success.
For more information, please visit us at www.teachingandlearning.ie or follow us @ForumTL.