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TSLB3132: INCLUSIVE EDUCATION

Inclusive Education
1. Name of
Pendidikan Inklusif
Course/Module

2. Course Code TSLB3132

3. Name(s) of academic Dr. Mohd Nordin bin Abu Bakar


staff
This course offers an understanding on the concept and implementation of inclusive education in
4. Rationale for the
the teaching of the English language in Malaysia
inclusion of the
course/module in the
programme

5. Semester and Year Semester 2 Year 3


offered

6. Total Student Total Guided and Independent


Face to Face Non Face To Face
Learning Time (SLT) Learning

L = Lecture L T P A L T P A
T = Tutorial
P = Practical 80
A = Assessment 18 12 - 2 18 12 - 18

7. Credit Value 2

8. Prerequisite (if any) None

9. Course Learning At the end of this course students will be able to:
Outcomes 1. Explain the concepts, aims and policy of inclusive education. (C2, PLO1)
(CLO) 2. Elaborate critically on the implementation of inclusive education in schools and the crucial
factors that contribute to the success of the programme (C4, PLO3,CTPS1)
3. Analyse the roles and responsibilities of stakeholders in the implementation of inclusive
education. (C4, PLO3, CTPS2)
4. Design teaching and learning activities meant for children with learning disabilities, visual
impairment and hearing impairment in the mainstream classrooms by referring to various
sources. (C6, A2, PLO3, PLO6, CTPS3, LL1)

LEARNING TAXONOMIES
COGNITIVE PSYCHOMOTOR AFFECTIVE
DOMAIN DOMAIN DOMAIN
Internalizing values
(characterization)
Complex or overt
Guided response
Understanding
Remembering

Organization
Responding
Mechanism

Origination
Adaptation
Perception
Evaluating

Receiving
Analyzing

response
Applying

Creating

Valuing
Set

CLO

C C C C C C P P P P P P P A A A A A
1 2 3 4 5 6 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 1 2 3 4 5
1 x x
2 x
3 x x
4 x x

10. Transferable Skills: Scientific, Critical Thinking and Problem Solving Skills( CTPS3), Life-Long Learning and
Managing Information Skills (LL1),
Content outline of the course/module and the SLT
per topic

face Interaction
1.

Non Face-to-
Face-to-face
Interaction

Assessment

Assessment

Total SLT
Practical

Practical
Tutorial

Tutorial
Lecture

Lecture
1. Introduction to Inclusive Education

Basics and history of Inclusive Education


Aims and objectives of Inclusive Education
International and National Policy on Inclusive
Education 2 1 2 1 6
Special Education Program by Ministry of
Education Malaysia
- Special School
- Integrated Program
- Inclusive Education Programmes
2. Implementation of Inclusive Education
Programmes

Approaches in Inclusive Education


- Partial Inclusion
- Full Inclusion 2 1 2 1 6
Selection of students for Inclusive Education
- Selection criteria
- Placement

3. Critical success factors in Inclusive Education


Support Services
- Equipment
- Infrastructure
- Society
- Personnel 1 2 1 2 6
Collaborative Support Services by government
and non-governmental bodies

4. Roles and responsibilities in the implementation


of Inclusive Education Programmes

School Administrators
Mainstream teachers
Resource teachers
Special education teachers 3 3 3 3 12
Students and parents
Government and non-governmental bodies
1. Issues and challenges in the implementation of
inclusive education
5. Inclusive Pedagogy in the teaching of the English
Language
Basic concept in inclusive pedagogy
Adapting the curriculum and teaching materials 10 5 10 5 30
Teaching strategy and techniques of students
with learning disabilities
Teaching strategy and techniques of students
with visual impairment
Teaching strategy and techniques of students
with hearing impairment
Collaborative teaching
Teaching aid and technology in inclusive
pedagogy
Individual Education Plan (IEP)

Coursework 12 12

Practical

Revision 6 6
Examination 2 2
Total 18 12 2 18 12 18 80

TOTAL FACE TO FACE AND NON-FACE TO FACE Face to face Non face to face
LEARNING TIME
Lecture 18 18

Tutorial 12 12

Academic 4
Writing (600
words)

Developing
Teaching Aids 4
(1 only)
Writing Individual 4
Education Plan

Examination 2 6

32 48
Total

80
Total SLT

2
Credit

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Boyle, J., & Provost, M.C. (2011). Strategies for Teaching Students with
12. Main references
Disabilities in Inclusive Classrooms: A Case Method Approach (1 st ed)
ISBN-13: 9780131837775
Friend, M., & Bursuck, W.D. (2011). Including Students with Special Needs:
A Practical Guide for Classroom Teacher (6th ed). New Jersey:
Pearson Education. ISBN-13: 978-0132179720

Salend, S.J. (2011). Creating Inclusive Classroom: International Education.


Pearson Education..

Corbett, J. (2001). Supporting Inclusive Education: A Connective Pedagogy.


Additional references
Routledge Falmer

Karten, J.T. (2010). Inclusion Strategies That Work: Research Base.


California:SAGE. ISBN-13: 9781412979375

Lewis, A., & Brahm, N. (2005). Special Teaching for Special Children:
Pedagogies for Inclusion. Open University Press.

Peggy, A., & Hammeken, (2007). The teacher’s guideto inclusive


education:750 strategies for sucess. United Kingdom: SAGE ISBN-
13:9781890455101

Wade, S.E. (2000). Preparing teachers for Inclusive Education: Case,


Pedagogies and Curricula for Teacher Educators. Oneline electronic
book (Dawson ERA PDA3).Available online.

Lecturers teaching the subject must be given a course on inclusive


13. Other additional information
pedagogy.