Using a micro-learning approach to support inclusion

In this podcast we chat with Gemma her module development and her use of micro-learning to support inclusion.   

Dr Gemma Ahearne is a University Teacher in Criminology based in the School of Law and Social Justice. Gemma is a committed activist, teacher and researcher within the sex industry, and her involvement in this area spans almost twenty years. Dr Gemma Ahearne is committed to innovative pedagogical approaches particularly since being diagnosed with Dyslexia in October 2020. Living with various disabilities Dr Gemma Ahearne is keen to explore inclusive ways of working and learning that build on individual strengths and respect differences. In addition to the above, Dr Gemma Ahearne runs a popular Criminology blog with over 6800 subscribers at where her broad range of interests are explored. Dr Gemma Ahearne can also be followed on twitter @princessjack.    

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