While you will study for a bachelor's in Education, Inclusion, and Special Educational Needs, you’ll develop a broad understanding and awareness of the issues, concepts, ideas, and theories that relate to education. We’ll work with you to identify your own interests in the field of inclusion and special education – supporting you to work toward your own personal career goals.
You’ll explore a range of inclusion and special educational needs issues, including specific profiles like ASD, attachment, ADHD, mental health, and dyslexia. You’ll also develop your own personal values and philosophies while debating the opportunities and challenges for inclusion.
Lectures are interactive with plenty of discussions – which are often built upon group tasks, case studies, and scenarios. You’ll be encouraged in the bachelor's in Education, Inclusion, and Special Educational Needs to develop your own perspective on inclusion and special educational needs, as well as broader educational issues linked to social justice and sustainability.
You’ll make links between theory and practice both within the taught content and assignments, and while you’re on placement.