Education systems in some countries might use a level system divided into 10 levels. High levels imply more complex learning.
Most education systems cover a wide range of qualifications from certificates to PhD.
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The Master of Disability and Inclusion Studies examines the issues which produce various related social norms and sets out to produce practitioners who challenge them. The programme explores contemporary theories, methodologies and practices related to the broad field of disability and inclusion studies.
This programme is known for its grounding in a social justice model of inclusive community and educational practice and is relevant for a variety of professionals working in community organisations and schools, and those concerned with disability advocacy and rights.
As a graduate, you'll demonstrate a comprehensive understanding of concepts, issues and debates in the area of disability studies, particularly in your own research. Thinking critically and creatively, you will evaluate current issues, research and advanced scholarship in the field of disability studies and work proactively to develop professional relationships with others in the field.
Rangahau Kaupapa Māori - Kaupapa Māori Research
Culturally Responsive Methodologies incorporating kaupapa Māori and critical theories
Educational and Life Transitions: Changing Roles and Changing Contexts
Intelligence, Creativity and the Development of Talent
Working with Groups
Conflict Resolution: Restorative Approaches
Restorative Practices in Education
Early Intervention for Children with Special Needs
Maori Education Policies: Their Development and Some Strategic Responses
- a bachelor's degree; and
- a teaching qualification; and
- teaching experience; or
- Bachelor of Social Science; and
- experience as a practitioner in the disability field.