Faculty of Education and Human Development, EdUHK

Minor / Department of Special Education and Counselling (SEC)

Inclusive Education

Description

The Minor in Inclusive Education addresses the diverse learning needs of students with special educational needs (SEN) at various levels of classroom learning, whole-school programmes and policy.  In relation to the ethos of inclusive education and as advocated by Education Bureau, HKSAR, this Minor aims to help students to search for ways to put such an ethos into practice, while they assert the need to support these students and include them in the regular school.

Coordinator
Dr. Wang Li-Chih
Tel: 2948 8817

To attain this Second Major, you are required to take 10 courses (3 credit points / course) listed below:

To attain this Minor, you are required to take 5 courses (3 credit points / course) listed below:

Courses
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Course Outline
SED3002
A Whole School Approach to Inclusive Practices ?

This is a Restricted Elective course which can be used to fulfil both the requirements of the Minor and the elective component of the Education Studies domain. Double counting of 6 credit points can be claimed if two electives among the five courses of the Minor are Restricted Elective courses. [For BEd students only]

SED3003 / SED4074
Developing an Inclusive Classroom for Diverse Learning ?

This is a Restricted Elective course which can be used to fulfil both the requirements of the Minor and the elective component of the Education Studies domain. Double counting of 6 credit points can be claimed if two electives among the five courses of the Minor are Restricted Elective courses. [For BEd students only]

?This is a Restricted Elective course which can be used to fulfil both the requirements of the Minor and the elective component of the Education Studies domain. Double counting of 6 credit points can be claimed if two electives among the five courses of the Minor are Restricted Elective courses. [For BEd students only]
Career / Study Progression

Provides flexibility for students to pursue a career teaching in general or special education, working in non-school settings with individuals who have special educational needs (SEN), or investigate issues concerning SEN.

There is a growing community demand for teachers, teaching assistants, educational officers, and school / community coordinators to receive comprehensive training in special education.

Students interested in further study after graduation may be able to continue the Master’s programmes in the field of education, psychology and special education, such as the Master of Education (Area of Focus in Special Needs, Giftedness and Counselling), the Master of Social Sciences in Psychology (Schools and Community Settings), the Master of Arts in Educational Counselling, as well as the Master of Science in Educational Speech-Language Pathology and Learning Disabilities offered by EdUHK.

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