This course seeks to develop an understanding of the inclusion process and of specific learning difficulties. This understanding is developed through the lens of Montessori philosophy and methodology which values the unique potential of all learners and provides a framework within which children can progress at their own pace.
Who Should Study this Course?
This programme will suit all learners who have an interest in inclusive childhood education from birth through early years to the first years of primary education. Existing early years and primary professionals, those seeking to work in education, parents with young children and others interested in different approaches to inclusion and specific learning difficulties will all gain valuable insight from this course.
Gain knowledge, learn strategies, and create artifacts that you can apply immediately in the classroom, home or your professional setting.
Professional development is available in a blended learning format on any device, so you can learn when it is convenient for you. Some Saturday workshops complement the online learning.
QQI accredited Certifcates earn credits which can be used to seek advanced entry and/or exemptions from modules on level 7 and level 8 degree programmes.