Towords Education 2030: Construction and Implementation of Lifelong Inclusive Education Curriculum System
International Journal of Elementary Education
Volume 9, Issue 2, June 2020, Pages: 30-36
Received: Jun. 5, 2020;
Accepted: Jun. 29, 2020;
Published: Jul. 6, 2020
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Feng Xia, Shanghai Changning Special Education Guidance Center, Shanghai, China
Yuyun Wen, Shanghai Changning Special Education Guidance Center, Shanghai, China
Xichun Yan, Shanghai Changning Special Education Guidance Center, Shanghai, China
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Responding to the general objective of UNESCO Education 2030 Framework for Action, and promoting the development of its spirit" Ensure inclusive and equitable quality education and promote lifelong learning opportunities for all", Shanghai Changning Special Education Guidance Center began to explore the lifelong inclusive education curriculum system. Based on the concepts of "Lifelong, Inclusive, Support, and Talent" and characterized by whole-process, whole people, inclusiveness, growth, and selectivity, the curriculum take the center project as the starting point, it integrates resources such as special education schools, teaching and research institutions, hospitals, and rehabilitation institutions. From direct services to indirect services, serving two dimensions to cut through, forming a four-dimensional "LIST" course for the SENs, parents, teachers, and schoolmasters. The lifelong inclusive education curriculum system is inspired by the postmodern curriculum theory, and break through the traditional special education curriculum paradigm. The lifelong inclusive education curriculum system has realized the enlargement of learning segment, the extension of handicap types, and the expansion of service objects. The construction and implementation of the curriculum system has changed the overall appearance of regional special education. The action of Shanghai Changning Special Education Guidance Center provided a sample of regional lifelong inclusive education curriculum system.
Education 2030 Action Framework, Lifelong Inclusive Education Curriculum, Curriculum System Construction and Implementation
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