This subject builds knowledge and skills in the theory and practice of inclusive education. This includes the theoretical, philosophical and applied underpinnings of the practice of inclusion, the current state of practice in the field and the design of inclusive pedagogy. Students will build their capacity to address learner diversity in their own classrooms employing an approach that focuses on learner need and context rather than label. The intent of the subject is to assist students to become self-organizing inclusive educators through the processes of research, design, reflection and collaboration.
No offerings have been identified for this subject in 2019.
Faculty of Arts and Education
- The foundations of inclusive practice, including history and legislative underpinnings - The nature and needs of students in the inclusive classroom - Research supported strategies for promoting inclusive practice - Application of principles of inclusion to an actual case - Curriculum Differentiation, including the identification and selection of approaches to differentiate curriculum in inclusive settings and the writing of individual education plans (IEPs) - Adapting instruction including the design of instructional adaptations - Inclusive pedagogy, including explicit teaching, cognitive strategy training, peer assisted and cooperative learning, their design and theoretical underpinnings and application in academic and broader life skill domains.
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The information contained in the 2019 CSU Handbook was accurate at the date of publication: September 2018. The University reserves the right to vary the information at any time without notice.