Develop advanced knowledge and capabilities in inclusive practices to support diverse learners in educational settings.
The Inclusive Education subject specialisation is designed for education professionals in the workplace wanting to improve their theoretical and applied knowledge to become more effective teachers.
Designed to be undertaken part-time while in full-time employment, it’s ideal for teachers and professionals working in learning support roles (such as Special Education Needs Coordinators) as well as allied professionals working in increasingly diverse education settings.
You’ll develop advanced knowledge and capabilities in inclusive practices to support diverse learners in educational settings. You’ll also extend your research skills through an inquiry-based approach and gain the skills and knowledge needed to take leading roles in effective planning, coordination and management of projects and in professional learning.
This specialisation is able to be studied as a Postgraduate Certificate in Education, Postgraduate Diploma in Education, Bachelor of Education (Teaching) (Honours), Master of Education Practice and Master of Education, meaning there’s flexibility for you to enter at the level that is right for you.
Where can this subject take you?
Graduates from the specialisation will be equipped to move into national, regional and centre/school-based leadership and learning support roles. They will have the skills and knowledge needed to take leading roles in effective planning, coordination and management of projects, and in professional learning that is focused on the development of inclusive early childhood and school communities.
The importance of Inclusive Education
Read an interview with Senior Lecturer Dr Jude MacArthur and Associate Dean Equity and Diversity, Professor Missy Morton, as they discuss the value and importance of Inclusive Education.