Middlebury

BLST 0300

Models of Inclusive Education

Models of Inclusive Education
In K-12 education, the term "inclusion" is often reduced to where students with apparent disabilities learn within schools. In this course, we will challenge the segregation of students with disabilities in schools while expanding notions of inclusion such that students' multiple identities are incorporated into learning. Students will be introduced and provided opportunities to design lessons using a Universal Design for Learning framework. We will utilize DisCrit (Disability Studies and Critical Race Theory) as a theoretical tool to explore how ableism and racism stand in the way of equitable education for many students while exploring theories, methods, and approaches to disrupt such marginalization and lead to inclusive antiracist educational practices. (EDST 0115 or SOAN 0215 or SOCI 0215 or AMST 0105).
Subject:
Black Studies
Department:
Program in Black Studies
Division:
Social Sciences
Requirements Fulfilled:
AMR SOC
Equivalent Courses:
EDST 0300 *

Sections

Spring 2023

BLST0300A-S23 Lecture

Spring 2022

BLST0300A-S22 Lecture (Johnston)

Spring 2021

BLST0300A-S21 Lecture (Affolter)
BLST0300Z-S21 Discussion (Affolter)

Spring 2020

BLST0300A-S20 Lecture (Affolter)