Seminar in Sensory Disability A
This is an advanced course with flexible goals and assessments. Consent of the Course Coordinator is required prior to enrolling. As a prerequisite, students should have completed at least two postgraduate courses in special education (sensory disability), or have previously completed a postgraduate award. The course is intended for students interested in studying a specialised topic with the close direction of a Renwick Centre faculty member.
- Semester 1 - 2017
On successful completion of the course students will be able to:
1. Describe issues, research literature and/or practical initiatives in a specific area of education for students with sensory disability;
2. Demonstrate skills in undertaking and reporting reviews of the literature and in applying research results to educational practice with students with sensory disability; and
3. Demonstrate critical thinking.
Course content includes:
- specialised topics;
- examination of professional literature;
- identification and differential application of contemporary theory on specified topic with relevance to policy and/or practice.
Consent of the Course Coordinator is required prior to enrolling.
Written Assignment: Essay / Written Assignment
Written Assignment: Research Paper
Self-Directed 10 hour(s) per Week for 13 Weeks