The Inclusive Practice stream aims to empower educators with the tools and knowledge necessary to create inclusive classrooms that value and support the diversity of all students. Through exploring the legal and ethical considerations of inclusive education, participants will gain a deeper understanding of their responsibilities as educators and the impact of their actions on the students they serve. By learning best practices for creating inclusive curriculum, instruction, and assessment, educators will be able to design learning experiences that are accessible and meaningful for all students. This course has a particular focus on addressing the social and emotional needs of all students and developing strategies for creating positive and supportive classroom environments.  

Career opportunities

Studying this specialisation can lead to a career as:

  • special education
  • youth or children’s advocacy
  • gifted learning
  • community services
  • student wellbeing
  • human services
  • social justice
  • teaching and education
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Completion requirements

A specialisation consists of 40cp.

Complete exactly 40 credit points from the following:

  • EDIP550Policy Informed Approaches to Contemporary Issues in the Inclusive Classroom10 CP
  • EDIP651Enabling Participation in the Inclusive Classroom: A Rights-based Approach10 CP
  • EDIP652Universal Interventions to Support All Learners in the Inclusive Classroom10 CP
  • EDIP653Supporting Complex Needs, Unique Attributes and Positive Behaviour in Inclusive Education10 CP

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