The aim of this seminar on inclusive education in a comparative aspect in selected countries is to provide students with a comprehensive understanding of how different countries approach and implement inclusive education policies and practices. By comparing these approaches, students can develop a nuanced understanding of the challenges, successes, and best practices in promoting inclusive education across various cultural and socio-economic contexts.
By learning outcomes, students will be equipped with a solid foundation in inclusive education and the knowledge necessary to advocate for inclusive practices in their future careers as educators, policymakers, researchers, or professionals in related fields.
Learning outcomes may include:
1. Knowledge of inclusive education: Students will gain a deep understanding of the principles, theories, and models of inclusive education, including its historical context and evolving concepts.
2. Awareness of global perspectives: Through a comparative analysis of selected countries, students will broaden their awareness of diverse approaches to inclusive education, recognizing the influence of cultural, political, and socio-economic factors on policy development and implementation.
3. Understanding of policy frameworks: Students will examine the policy frameworks and legislation related to inclusive education in different countries, identifying similarities, differences, and potential areas for improvement.
4. Critical analysis skills: Students will develop critical thinking and analytical skills to evaluate the effectiveness of inclusive education practices, considering factors such as curriculum adaptation, teacher training, support services, and community involvement.
5. Best practices identification: By studying successful inclusive education initiatives from different countries, students will identify best practices and innovative strategies that can be adapted and implemented in their own educational contexts.
6. Ethical considerations: Students will explore the ethical dimensions of inclusive education, including issues related to equity, social justice, and the rights of individuals with disabilities or special educational needs.
7. Communication and presentation skills: Throughout the seminar, students will enhance their communication and presentation skills by actively participating in discussions, conducting research, and presenting their findings to their peers.
The course is part of admission "(BA) V1 Kindheit und Jugend".
The following rules apply for the admission:
A defined number of seats will be assigned to these courses.
The seats in the affected courses have been assigned at 10.10.2023 on 00:01. Additional seats may be available via a wait list.
The enrolment is possible from 05.09.2023, 00:01 to 09.10.2023, 23:59.
Enrolment is allowed for up to 1 courses of the admission set.