EA 109 - Supporting Children through Inclusive Education
This course establishes the theoretical foundations of inclusive education and is about the need for
education to be responsive to all learners. It is for students interested in children and young people
who encounter difficulties in education, whether related to disability, disaffection, learning difficulty, as well as other aspects of diversity. Students will examine historical and current societal values on disability and the limitations that previous perspectives impose. They will reflect on their own attitudes toward diversity. Students will consider what constitutes good inclusive practice as they begin to relate theory to practice.