Special Needs and Inclusive Education

Universitetas
University of Bedfordshire
Miestas, šalis
Bedford, England
Studijų trukmė
3 m.
Programos sritys
Education, Pedagogy
Studijų kaina
9250.00 GBP
Laipsnis
Bachelor
Programos pradžia
2019-09-17
Stojimo pabaiga
2019-06-30
Apie programą
Stojimo reikalavimai
Karjeros galimybės

If you are passionate about improving the quality of education for people who need additional or specialist support, this course will prepare you for a career in special and inclusive educational settings. Develop skills needed to work with children and/or young people with special educational needs or disabilities and to influence attitudes and related practice. This course is both academic and practical. You will consider international perspectives, reflect on practice on your placement and explore aspects of communication and interaction, cognition and learning, sensory and physical impairments and social, emotional and behavioural issues.
Children and young adults with special educational needs and/or disabilities (SEND) are becoming a key area for education policy and practice, with many different future roles for those with the right blend of skills and knowledge. This multi-disciplinary course recognizes this and aims to deepen and extend your knowledge of concepts and theoretical frameworks central to understanding special needs and inclusive education. The course includes discussion of theories, policies and practices related to special needs and inclusive education, both UK-based and international. The staff team encourages relevant work experience both in the degree and as a volunteer. The course will enable you to develop your own interests, potentially aligned to a future career in the area of special needs and inclusive education. Whilst the course does not lead to Qualified Teacher Status itself, in completing the degree you will be able to put a strong application for a subsequent teaching training course such as a PGCE. The course may therefore provide a pathway towards a career in education, or a related area, either as a teacher or in a specialist support role.

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Anglų kalbos reikalavimai

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  • Anglų kalbos vidurkis 8 B2 lygiu.

  • IELTS - 6.0

  • TOEFL – 80

Successful completion of the BA (Hons) Special Needs and Inclusive Education degree programme will enable you to enter a diverse range of careers. You will be in a strong position to apply for a primary teacher training programme (e.g. a PGCE or school led course) if desired. Teachers with this degree may choose to eventually teach in a range of educational settings, including special schools. They may subsequently follow routes (eg a SENCo course) to become Special Educational Needs Co-ordinators (SENCOs) in their schools. Other career paths include specialist graduate teaching assistants within educational settings, working within Local Authority Support Services for children and young people with SEND, working in Early Years settings as a specialist in SEND, and non-government organisations such as charities, for example current students are working with Autism Bedfordshire and Bedford and District Cerebral Palsy Society. A number of graduates may also continue their studies with specialist Masters courses or PhD research. The University Careers and Recruitment service can continue to advise you in your early career and your Personal Academic Tutor will provide application references on request.