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EDU 510 Inclusion and Special Educational Needs: Reading list

EDU 510 Inclusion and Special Educational Needs 


Department: Master of Education
Module Description: The inclusion of children with special educational needs into mainstream or other settings is a current policy concern and debate in many contexts.  The UAE is taking a leading role in the Gulf to develop the educational services offered to pupils with special needs in the regular classroom. This module enables students to become familiar with issues such as strategic direction, identification and evidence of efficacy, as well as pedagogical issues of teaching and learning in inclusive settings.  This module on inclusion is essential for students who wish to study the education of pupils with special needs as part of their MEd. The module provides students with knowledge about challenges facing decision makers  to decide on important matters like provision of placement in the regular school, and  production and evaluation of individualized educational programs in regular class settings.

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