Disability Representation: Historical Perspectives and the Impact of Media

Content
2 modules

Rating

Course Length
5 hours

Instructor
Jan Parker

Released
29 Feb 2024

Price
$0 - 39

Description

In this course, participants will examine the exclusion of people with disabilities in civil rights movements, explore the role of media in shaping views of people with disabilities, and build an understanding of how educational practices can support the presence of students with disabilities in schools.

Objectives

Course participants will:

  • Analyze and critically evaluate the reasons behind the exclusion of disability rights in broader civil rights narratives and reflect on the impact of these dynamics on current societal attitudes toward disability;

  • Examine the role of mass media in forming and impacting societal views about individuals with disabilities;

  • Trace and understand the historical development of education for students with disabilities, analyzing how this history has shaped current practices of inclusion and exclusion; and

  • Explore strategies for creating inclusive and supportive learning environments through disability representation in curriculum and classroom dialogue.

Certificate

By completing/passing this course, you will attain the certificate Disability Rights and Inclusion Course 1

Learning Credits

Hour
5.0
HRS
5.0
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Disability Representation: Historical Perspectives and the Impact of Media
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