This subject addresses the way schools/settings can be designed to be more responsive to individual difference. The subject will examine contemporary national and international literature on school reform, improvement, and organisational change as a context for the study of the way schools/settings can be designed for inclusion. The design approach employed in the subject applies principles derived from the study of self-organising systems and their application in education. The subject will focus on the way the schools/settings can self-organise and plan for learner diversity. Assessment items focus on the use of the principles and practice of self-organisation to design solutions and solve problems that relate to making schools/settings more inclusive.
School of Teacher Education
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