|1.||Articulate the origins and meaning of the concepts of impairment, disability, and handicap;|
|2.||Investigate the theories and models related to the education of people with disabilities and the resources and supports required;|
|3.||Critically analyse their assumptions (negative and positive) and how that affects the interaction of people with disability in community and within the teaching practice;|
|4.||The development of knowledge around support and resources available for people with disability.|
|Presentation||Students to create visual representation of their personal teaching philosophy.||30%|
|Case Study||Discuss a real life story of an indivudual's journey with disablitity and reflect on how the support has affected their lives||50%|
|Presentation||Group Presentation: In small groups students will be required to present on the research related to a particular disability or impairment.||20%|
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