This subject develops the knowledge and skills that enable teachers to build and differentiate quality instruction in the inclusive classroom. The subject is a cornerstone of the program as it provides students with an understanding of the scope, depth and quality of practice required to create a successful inclusive classroom/school/setting. This includes understanding the evidence-based foundations of inclusive practice and the design and delivery of approaches that maximise student achievement in inclusive classrooms. The subject focuses on explicit teaching and cooperative learning as examples of inclusive practice given the predominance of teacher led and group instruction in contemporary classroom practice. Students learn how to build and differentiate these approaches in an inclusive classroom setting. After learning how to build and differentiate instruction, students take up the question and challenge of getting to scale with inclusive practice and begin to explore the kind of effort required to make inclusive practice a sustainable part of a whole school/setting approach to learning and teaching.
School of Teacher Education
ESS305, ESS306, ESS419, ESS424, ESS508, ESS509
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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.