Inclusive Teaching and Learning
Inclusive Teaching and Learning, a course that supports practitioners in developing inclusive classroom practices. You will build a ‘toolkit’ of knowledge, skills and resources that will start you on a journey to create a truly inclusive classroom. // This course is the first of a pair which draw on the UNICEF Wave model for inclusive education. The second course - Creating an Inclusive School – supports professionals in working together to create an inclusive ethos and culture and to work with stakeholders for the benefit of all learners, but particularly those with a special educational need. // We hope this course opens up possibilities for your teaching whether you work with children and young people, student teachers, or teachers, and gives you the confidence to experiment with new approaches.
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