Dyslexic Learners: Julie Lowe

Julie discusses the importance of supporting students at DMU as the university has a high proportion of students with learning differences.

She evaluates the importance of inclusivity at DMU especially in the regard to the government changes in funding to student support in this area.  She reflects on the awareness of the issues around dyslexia from the students’ perspective. This is related to possibly more inclusive approaches to teaching styles and advocates the Universal Design for Learning approach.

 

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Julie Lowe
Senior Lecturer
Library & Learning Services
T: +44 (0)116 257 7998
E: jjlowe@dmu.ac.uk

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