|1.||Critically evaluate concepts of social justice, disability and inclusive practice and how they relate to educational settings;|
|2.||Analyse and interpret effective teaching and learning strategies when working with children with a disability;|
|3.||Synthesise knowledge of how teachers create safe and supportive learning environments; and|
|4.||Investigate the incidence of exclusionary language and its impact on students with a disability, and promote the use of socially inclusive language.|
|Presentation||Students to present their personal philosophy statement tied to their understanding of social justice.||20%|
|Assignment||Draw on the individual stories and collaborative activities to write a critical reflection on socially just teaching and learning strategies||50%|
|Presentation||A group debate of an issue in the area of social justice and inclusive education.||30%|
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|Course||Study as part of|
|Bachelor of Education (P-12)||Disability Studies in Education (Education) - Major|
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