Creative Expression as a Means towards Inclusive Education
Course Duration: 9 hours - 3 hours
Many a time, children with learning difficulties are stigmatised and associated with failure. This connotation, in turn, significantly lowers their self-esteem. On the other hand, the production of art and the development of artistic skills leads this group of children to find meaning and a sense of competence and mastery.
The EU’s emphasis on creative expression as a core competence in education and the increasing importance of creativity in business means that students should now be encouraged to develop their artistic skills.
Therefore, during this module, learners are exposed to a variety of creative media, so that, in turn, they can develop alternative teaching strategies that recognise each student’s capabilities.
A focus on artists with special needs
Play, fun and the arts as a means towards learning and inclusion
Different artistic media
Practical, creative activities and strategies that can be used to motivate students with special needs
Creative, problem-solving, and entrepreneurial skills
Using creative activities to teach the core subjects
During this module, our students will:
Investigate how children articulate their inner thoughts and feelings via creative practices.
Identify how educators can develop a child’s skillset through play and creative activities.
Develop ways to enhance holistic learning by using media such as music, drawing and other art forms.
Investigate how parents/guardians are responding to the incorporation of a creative programme into the curriculum.
Develop creative, analytical and entrepreneurial skills.
Learn how to implement creative and artistic strategies to achieve curriculum goals.
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