This unit of study is the third core unit undertaken in the disability specialisation. It further develops the themes introduced in Critical Contexts in Disability. Social justice and inclusion are important themes that underpin the Disability Studies Specialisation stream. This unit of study will provide students with an opportunity to examine disability and inclusion in educational settings through a social justice lens. Students will also inquire into teaching and learning strategies that can assist in catering for learner diversity. In this unit students will engage with a key set of questions that include: What is my personal philosophy of social justice? What are the conditions for equity and social justice in educational contexts? How do teachers establish safe learning and teaching environments? What is the connection between theory and practice when reflecting upon those factors that facilitate a socially just learning classroom climate? The use of socially just language, assessment and pedagogical practices that cater for diverse learning needs will also be closely examined.