The students at the end of the course should be able:
- to know the difference between inclusive and co-education and when it can be applied
- to distinguish the difference between interculturalism and multiculturalism during the teaching of Religion
- to find out the implementation of ICT in contemporary teaching models
- to be able to implement all the above in the Religion course
Course Content (Syllabus)
Inclusive education as educational philosophy calls schools to provide high quality education to all students. It is a constant process and not a final aim, which should be achieved within a specific time. Co-education concerns the effort for co-existence and co-instruction of the students with learning difficulties with their classmates who do not have such learning difficulties.It appplied the theory that education is a right for all children and pursues the creation of schools which will recognize, understand and know how to face the particularities of the students with special educational needs. Diversity is a term very used in our days. It concerns the outside and inside of a person. The educational system is called to respond to diversity. Teachers are called to manage effectively the situation and should acquire knowledg of psychology, and of special education, sociology and anthropology, so as to include effectively the diversity in their classrooms. The term multiculturalism means the co-existence in a specific geographical space a multiple cultural otherness, which is based on the national, religious and linguistic difference. There are investigated the teaching models and methodologies in Religion course and is examined their modification when ICT are implemented as teaching medium.
Inclusion, diversity, multiculturalism, teaching models, ICT, Religious Education