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IE: How Profound Intellectual Disability (PID) presents itself in the classroom.

21 - 27 May 2024
This course is for:
Principal, Acting Principal, Deputy Principal, Acting Deputy Principal, Departmental Head, Acting Departmental Head, Teacher, Novice Teacher
Applicants must teach in:
OR OR OR Foundation Phase (Grades 1-3) OR Intermediate Phase (Grades 4-6) OR Senior Phase (Grades 7-9) OR FET Phase (Grades 10-12)
About this Course

Mode: This 1-hour webinar and 1-hour microlearning opportunity will be delivered in English. 


  • MS Teams Webinar 1 hour on 21 May 2024 at 15h00

  • Google Classroom - content and quiz (accessible from 21 May - 27 May 2024)

The classroom will be open for a period of one week to allow you to engage with the content. 

Time: The webinar duration is 1 hour and the support material loaded to Google classroom will take approximately 50 minutes to read, additionally there is a short 10-point multiple-choice quiz to help you assess your knowledge.

What is Inclusive Education and what does it mean for teachers? 

 In essence, INCLUSIVE EDUCATION refers to a school system that is a reflection of society. It is essential that learners with differing abilities should be included in our classrooms. Segregation in any form is strongly discouraged and diversity is embraced. 

This learning opportunity has been designed to provide a holistic approach, ensuring you are well-versed in understanding PID and the diagnosis thereof.

Lesson contents: 

  • Making the diagnosis.
  • Level of function and prognosis.
  • Possible co-morbidities


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Adele Smith