Develop your understanding of using inclusive practices in the classroom by examining the concept of diversity and inclusion.

This module is 'Understanding and engaging with neurodiversity' and supports the porfessional practice 'Using Inclusive practices'.

  • The aim of this module is to support teachers to explore an element of using inclusive practices in the classroom by examining the concept of diversity and inclusion, with a shift away from the medical to the social model of inclusion and the implications that this can have for learners in the classroom.
  • Below, you will see the self-access resource for you to complete either on your own or with colleagues. 

Please click here to use this resource from a mobile device

 

About these resources

The British Council Teaching for Success online conference ran between 5-9 October 2016 with over 60 talks from speakers around the world. The conference focused on key issues relating to Continuous Professional Development for teachers, linked to the British Council’s 12 professional practices.

Following the conference, 10 of the talks were selected and turned into teacher training modules for both face-to-face instruction and self-access learning.

Face-to-face resources for trainers

At the bottom of the page you can download the following teacher educator resources for face-to-face teacher development workshops:

  • An overview of all ten training resources in the series for face-to-face use
  • An overview of all ten training resources in the series for online self-access use
  • Trainer notes
  • PDF presentation to use with participants in your training room

Find more about our moderated course applying approaches to special educational needs, starting on 26 September 2018 

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