EDUC1224 - Foundations of Special and Inclusive Education
Students enrolled in the NS2 availability will attend 1 3-hour workshop weekly.
This topic is designed to provide students with the opportunity to understand approaches to supporting students with literacy difficulties. There will be a focus on theories of literacy acquisition, factors that may influence literacy learning, teaching and learning approaches, and discussion about the impact of current issues, policies, and practices.
Through engaging in this topic participants will:
be aware of current literacy research focused on students with learning difficulties
understand how selection and interpretation of literacy assessments can inform program planning
develop knowledge and skills about how literacy intervention programs for students with learning difficulties may be implemented
Expected learning outcomes
On completion of this topic students will be able to:
describe major theories of literacy acquisition
identify key skills and knowledge needed for development of literacy
employ a variety of assessment and instructional methods
compare and contrast instructional approaches against evidence-based research
articulate ways in which teachers may assess and plan for literacy improvement
design lessons that meet diverse literacy learning needs
Key dates and timetable
Timetable details for 2020 are no longer published.
This information is from current details held on the Student Information System. Please report any errors or omissions to the relevant College Office.
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