Cape Teaching and Leadership Institute

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IE: How to accommodate a learner with Profound Intellectual Disability (PID) in an academic setting

Date:
26 June 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:
Early Childhood Development OR Inclusive Education OR School of Skills OR Foundation Phase (Grades 1-3) OR Intermediate Phase (Grades 4-6) OR Senior Phase (Grades 7-9)
About this Course

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 of how to accomodate a LSPID learner in an academic setting.

Lesson contents: 

  • Functional grouping: Awareness, Transitional & Interactive strategies unpacked
  • Introduction to assessment tools

 

This is going to be a hands-on practical session.

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Co-ordinator
Adele Smith