Inclusive Learning Contexts (HENAE6030)

This course is designed according to contemporary research and evidence that enables already qualified teachers to build specialised knowledge and expertise about catering for diversity in educational contexts. Students engage in research that explores legislative documents and policy that informs inclusion and examines responses to diversity by service providers. Inclusive approaches are interrogated as away to support, extend and manage diversity in a range of contexts. Theoretical, political and cultural practices are explored to ground and examine diversity, abilities and inclusions to gain insights as to how notions of disability and diversity are shaped by social, political and cultural perspectives.

Single subject short-course cost: $795

Program code: XC01

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