SNE4120 - Inclusive Education
This course is a component in the first semester of the two-year Master’s Programme in Special Needs Education.
The course focuses on practical perspectives in implementing inclusive education in pre-school and school, and different theories on learning:
Areas of study include:
- Different theories of learning processes
- Strategies for early intervention
- Inclusion in pre-school
- Inclusion in school
- Development of individual (re)habilitation and education plans
- Structuring a flexible curriculum
- Acquired skills in developing, implementing and evaluating individual plans for persons with disabilities of all ages
- Understanding different perspectives of the process of learning
- Understanding factors that are important for the development of inclusive settings in pre-primary education and schools
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Number of students: 30
The course is obligatory for students registered on the Master of Philosophy in Special Needs Education Programme. Other students who fulfil the admission requirements can also apply to attend this course. Priority will be given to students formally accepted onto the Master’s Programme.
Formal prerequisite knowledge
1. A relevant bachelor’s degree or equivalent
2. Knowledge of English documented by one of the following or equivalent:
- Basic English from Upper Secondary School (videregående), minimum grade 4 (Norwegian grading system)
- TOEFL examination with a minimum score of 550 (213 computer-based, 80 internet-based)
- IELTS examination with a minimum score of band 6
3. For students formally accepted onto the Master’s Programme motivation, research interests and professional practice will also be taken into consideration
There is a credit reduction with SNE3120
- Literature studies
- Student group work with audio-visual material
- Student group and plenary discussions
- Group work based on video recordings
Grades: A, B, C, D, E and F(fail)
Language of examination
Language of instruction: English