Key concepts and debates from the disciplinary literature and recent research, models of inclusion and their implications for practice will be critically analysed, as will the range of contexts in which learning takes place.
We will consider how to evaluate and develop policy and practices within individual educational institutions and analyse how far current educational contexts of performativity and high stakes accountability may affect developments in inclusionary thinking and practice. You will also enhance your specialist and advanced pedagogical knowledge and expand your repertoire of tools and practices in order to develop inclusionary and equitable pedagogy.
The programme is suitable for serving teachers at all career stages and from all sectors of education from early years to FE.
“I believe the amount of time actually spent in schools has ensured my successful and quick transition from PGCE student to a newly Qualified Teacher.
The subject pathway sessions were particularly good as the course leader not only had a many years of experience teaching my subject, but he also ensured we all knew and felt comfortable with all aspects of school life, from parents’ evenings and marking to using outside agencies.”
You will need at least a 2.2. honours degree or equivalent in a relevant subject, or a relevant postgraduate or professional qualification, and/or appropriate work experience. EU and international students need IELTS 6.5 overall (no less than 6.0 in writing and 5.5 in any other band) or equivalent.
Recipient: University of Gloucestershire
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