Julie Hulme

Inclusion, mental health and innovation
Nottingham Trent University, UK

Dr Julie Hulme is a UK National Teaching Fellow and Principal Fellow of the Higher Education Academy. A psychologist, she aims to make a difference within higher education through applying psychological theories to researching and enhancing inclusion within higher education settings. Julie’s work recognises the importance of belonging to learning and teaching, for both staff and students, and seeks to help both individuals and institutions to create learning environments which foster a sense of community and social engagement for everyone. Her most recent research has focused on the experiences of students with disabilities at university, bullying in higher education, student transitions, and facilitating innovation as a way of promoting inclusion and teaching excellence. An experienced university teacher, educational leader, and academic developer, Julie is currently Professor of Psychology Education at Nottingham Trent University, UK.

 

Develop your teaching with Julie Hulme
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Auditing Your Teaching Materials
by Julie Hulme
Regularly auditing your teaching materials is an important opportunity to ensure that they are as accessible and inclusive as possible.
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Making Your Teaching More Inclusive
by Julie Hulme
Applying the principles of inclusive teaching to improve engagement and success for all students, regardless of their barriers to learning.
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Co-Developing Reading Lists with Students
by Julie Hulme
This activity is a practical and easy way of involving students with embedding inclusivity into your teaching.
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Reviewing Your Assessments
by Julie Hulme
Giving students some choice in their assessments can allow them to access the content in different ways and make the course more inclusive.
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