By Arthur L B C F•
This was a really nice course covering the main topics of inclusive education. I missed gender and sexuality issues, as it is more dedicated to disabilities and highly able students, as well as some racial, cultural and national topics. However, I can make the connections to further topics. I highly recommend this course to those interested in the topic to get a broad perspective on the subject.
By Johanna M H•
I enjoyed this course. I was a little disappointed at first that it was focused on special education and not a broader range of diversity. However, I do find that many of the strategies and discussions can be universally applied. Plus, as an educator, it is always helpful to learn more about working with students who may have special needs. Thank you!
By Ashwitha M U•
This was an extremely useful and relevant introductory course that covered a number of issues related to diversity and inclusion in the context of education. It was engaging and easy to follow. I'm grateful to all the teachers for their time and commitment to creating all the content for this course. Thank you!
By Colin G D L C•
This course is very educational and informative. I enjoyed doing it and recommend it to all persons that are interested in inclusive education.
By María O A•
It would be really helpful if you could include a list of references per week or at the end of the course.
By Chiemerie C•
what an enlightening course with best pratices
By Laura V•
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By Colin T S•
I felt this course was an excellent introduction to the concepts that will enhance my teaching for all learners. The speakers were very clear. The activities were great. Particularly the discussion questions. I liked that. I want to note a minor inconvenience with the system (I think this is a Coursera setup issue rather than an issue with the class itself). The issue was that as I was typing in assignments whenever the website would autosaved it deleted the last sentence I had typed. For me I just began doing them in MS-Word to save the hassle, but it might be worth contacting Coursera directly or perhaps warning the learners prior to the assignments. Some folks get rather riled up when their words are lost--even if it is only a few sentences. Apart from that, the content was stellar and I really wish I had the funds to pursue the M-ed advertised at the end of the course!