Worldwide millions of children are not able to fully participate in schooling, and this is especially a problem for children with disabilities. In this course, we explore the support that teachers need in order to meet the needs of children with severe to profound hearing, visual and intellectual disabilities. We consider how this can be done by talking with a range of experts (from teachers to activists) about inclusive education as well as sharing experiences of education.
Disability Inclusion in Education: Building Systems of SupportUniversity of Cape Town
About this Course
What you will learn
Be able to understand disability as an issue of social justice
Describe educator support needs with regards to disability inclusion
Identify the systemic support structures available to teachers within the education system
Understand the impairment specific support needs of learners with disabilities
Syllabus - What you will learn from this course
Inclusive education and special education: Equality and equity
Supporting disability inclusion
Systemic support for educators
Principles and approaches for disability inclusion
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TOP REVIEWS FROM DISABILITY INCLUSION IN EDUCATION: BUILDING SYSTEMS OF SUPPORT
I believe I have finished my course way before time. When do I get my Certificate because I indicated that I want a certificate upon completion.
I enjoy the course. thank you so much for sharing your good practices in implementing inclusive education. Salute!God bless
I'm truly satisfied that I followed this course. It enhanced my knowledge about Disability education and inclusion. Easy steps and instructions. Well informed. This will surely help me in my career.
Well paced. Practical suggestions and examples for how to incorporate and attend to disability in the classroom and school environment.
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