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Graduate Diploma of Inclusive Education

Course structure

The course consists of eight subjects (64 points):

ESS440 Teaching and Learning in the Differentiated Classroom
ESS422 Assessment and Evaluation for Learning
ESS423 Designing and Managing the Inclusive Learning Environment
ESS426 Consultation and Teamwork in the Inclusive School
ESS407 Understanding Literacy Problems
ESS408 Diagnostic Teaching of Mathematics
ESS409 Inclusive Education Practicum
ESS412 Developing Individual Curriculum

Enrolment pattern

Session 1

ESS440 Teaching and Learning in the Differentiated Classroom
ESS422 Assessment and Evaluation for Learning

Session 2

ESS423 Designing and Managing the Inclusive Education Environment
ESS426 Consultation and Teamwork in the Inclusive School

Session 3

ESS407 Understanding Literacy Problems
ESS408 Diagnostic Teaching of Mathematics

Session 4

ESS409 Inclusive Education Practicum
ESS412 Developing Individual Curriculum

Articulation

Graduate Certificate in Education (Inclusive Education) articulates with this course.

Study Mode

Online Education, Distance Learning & External study modes available

What is this course about?

The Graduate Diploma of Inclusive Education is designed for teachers who would like to develop expertise in the inclusive education field.

The course provides teachers with basic training in special education and the opportunity to increase their status in the teaching profession, obtain four-year trained salaries, increase eligibility for promotion and gain recognition as a teacher with inclusive education professional qualifications.

All CSU qualifications in the area of special education bear nomenclature related to inclusion. This reflects contemporary practice in the field and positions graduates at the forefront of current thinking while retaining a broad-based focus on the traditional scope of preparation in special education.

Practical experience

The development of practical skills is a vital component of this course. Students already employed in some capacity in the field may complete the practicum requirements within their current teaching role if there are children requiring special education in the class.

Note: Candidates may choose to make application to transfer to the Master of Education (Inclusive Education) after having completed the first four subjects at a credit or higher average.

At a glance

Study Mode

Distance education

Where

Bathurst

When

Session 1; Session 2

Level

Postgraduate

Duration

2 years by distance education

International?

YES

Indicative ATAR

N/A

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