Self-locking doors and 2-metre high fences in the name of special education? Professor Suzanne Carrington shares her experiences of teaching children in local special schools, and offers insight on the benefits of inclusive education. Suzanne is a Professor at The Centre for Inclusive Education, QUT. Suzanne’s areas of expertise are in inclusive education, ethical leadership for inclusive schools, disability and teacher preparation for inclusive schools. She has engaged in research with industry collaboration to inform policy and practice in Australian and international education contexts. With her research colleagues, she has received over 4 million dollars in research funding. She has published over 100 journal publications, books, book chapters and research reports. She is currently the Program Director of the School Years Program for The Cooperative Research Centre for Living with Autism (Autism CRC).
Watch The truth about special education, presented by Suzanne Carrington
|26/10/2021 [add to calendar]