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Participation, Inclusion and Justice – implications for education and social work

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Kode
SPE1009/1
Studiepoeng
15
Semester
Spring
Lengde
1 semester
Heltid/ deltid
Både heltid og deltid
Pensum
Karaktersystem
Grades A-F
Undervisningsspråk
Language of instruction - English
Emneeier
ÅR/BA Pedagogikk (hel- og deltid)
Studenttorget
studenttorg@hil.no
Telefon: 612 88000
Emnebeskrivelse

This course invites the students to reflect more in depth on how the interplay between the individual and his/her surroundings influence the lives of disabled people. Students should choose one topic of specialization within disability studies. This specialization might be related to a specific target group, a specific arena in society, or a specific program or intervention., On the basis of the goals of participation, inclusion and justice the students should critically examine the implications of disability for education or social work.


Læringsutbytte

Learning outcomes

  • The student will be able to critically examine the implications of disability for education and social work, in light of participation, inclusion and justice.
  • The student will have an in-depth understanding of the topic they have chosen as a specialization.
  • The student will be able to present and discuss the chosen topic both in writing and orally.

Undervisnings- og læringsmetode

Methods of instruction include individual tutoring, seminar work, group work and oral presentations. 


Forkunnskapskrav

Recommended prerequisites:

Completion of the course SPE1008 Disability and justice, in addition to one year or 30 ECTS credits of studies within the field of pedagogics, social sciences etc. 



Arbeidskrav

Compulsory work requirements:

  • Participation in seminars
  • One oral presentation .

Eksamensform

Academic essay of maximum 8 000 words.





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