Degree in Inclusive Education is a programme that is aimed at professionals who are working in the field of inclusive education. This may include both specialist teachers and regular classroom teachers, as well as other professionals who have an interest in inclusive education.
Inclusive education is a movement that began in the early 1990s, calling for greater access and equity in education. It transforms the way schools are organized and how they operate, so that all students can participate and learn together, regardless of their abilities or disabilities. The inclusive education movement is based on research showing that all children benefit from learning together—and that diversity can even enhance academic achievement.
The programme will provide an opportunity for participants to reflect on the above issues within their own local contexts and develop practical strategies for addressing specific challenges related to inclusion. This will be done through interaction with colleagues from different countries, and through sharing experiences with peers who are working on similar issues within similar contexts.
Inclusive Education is designed to prepare you for a teaching career that makes the most of every student’s individual assets and needs. With a focus on collaboration, technology, and social justice, our program will empower you to build the skills and experience necessary to promote the success of all students in any classroom setting. Your education degree will ensure that you’re ready to teach in diverse classrooms after graduation with hands-on experience in local schools, as well as an understanding of best practices for working with students who need extra support.
If you are just starting out in your career, this degree will help you recognize the different ways that people learn, and what teaching strategies you can use to make sure no learner is left behind. If you are an experienced teacher, our program can help you refresh and improve your skills in teaching diverse groups of students. We offer both part-time and full-time programs to fit your lifestyle, so that we can help you achieve your goals at your own pace.
Our master’s program is taught by experienced instructors who know what it takes to be successful in the classroom. You’ll also benefit from our partnerships with local schools, which allow you to get the hands-on experience that matters most when it comes to improving your existing classroom practices or preparing for your first job as a teacher.
The programme provides students with different ways to think about inclusive education and the different ways in which it can be achieved. At the same time, it encourages critical thinking and the development of practical skills that can be used in classrooms and schools.
In addition, the Degree in Inclusive Education also prepares students for advanced study at graduate level.
This programme offers a unique opportunity to reflect on your own practice and the approaches you take in order to promote an inclusive learning environment for your pupils. It includes a focus on understanding what is meant by inclusion and how this can be applied to the classroom. You will also explore a range of innovative strategies that can be used to support children with specific learning needs, or those learning English as an additional language.
In order to qualify for this degree, you must have a relevant bachelor’s degree or equivalent professional experience. You should also be experienced with teaching children with special needs, and be proficient in English (both written and spoken).
This programme will allow you to learn about new research and theories in the field of inclusive education. It will also help you develop your own personal perspective on inclusive education and how it relates to your own work as an educator. You will gain skills that can be applied to your day-to-day work with students, and learn how to improve your own practice of teaching inclusively.
According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, employment of special education teachers is projected to grow 8 percent from 2016 to 2026, about as fast as the average for all occupations. Special education teachers work with students who have a wide range of learning, mental, emotional, and physical disabilities. They adapt general education lessons and teach various subjects, such as reading, writing, and math, to students with mild and moderate disabilities. They also teach basic skills, such as literacy and communication techniques, to students with severe disabilities. Most special education teachers work in public schools. Some work in private schools and institutions.