This unit provides a basis for advocacy and practice about inclusive education and for teaching students with special learning needs. Education in an inclusive education setting and the terms and concepts related to inclusive practices and principles are defined. Specific focus is given to inclusivity including for Indigenous learners and perspectives. Simulations, exercises and activities will prepare students to demonstrate knowledge about learner profiles and to undertake procedures that promote effective instruction, assessment, evaluation and monitoring of learning.
This unit has associated professional experience of 20 days that is spent in a school. All students enrolled in this unit must provide a current police check to the school and CDU Professional Experience Office prior to the commencement of the professional experience. It is recommended that students considering enrolling in this unit view additional information about professional experience, handbooks and dates at eSchool Community.
Prescribed Text - DIVERSITY INCLUSION & ENGAGEMENT
Recommended Text - EDUCATION FOR INCLUSION AND DIVERSITY 5TH EDITION WITH E-TEXT
Recommended Text - INCLUSION IN ACTION
Recommended Text - SPECIAL NEEDS IN THE EARLY YEARS SUPPORTING COLLABORATION COMMUNICATION & COORDINATION
Recommended Text - WIDENING THE CIRCLE THE POWER OF INCLUSIVE CLASSROOMS
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