The course description states as follows:
In this study course, you will deepen your understanding of educational possibilities and challenges relating to inclusive education, diversity, intercultural issues and Sámi people as indigenous people in the Arctic. After course completion you will be able to implement research-based inclusive education and pedagogy. You will learn to analyse the dilemmas and possibilities encountered in teaching in heterogeneous groups. In addition, you will become familiar with the Sámi themes in education, understand the concepts, processes and consequences concerning colonisation in educational contexts. You can choose whether you will study the whole course or some module of the course.
The course is for 10 ECTS and it includes three modules:
- Educational Challenges in the Arctic – Education for all (5 ECTS)
- Inclusive Education and Pedagogy (2,5 ECTS)
- Sámi Presence in Educational Settings (2,5 ECTS)
The course is scheduled for the spring term 2022 – starting on 17 January and ending on 20 May. More detailed schedule is available on the course website: www.ulapland.fi/ArcticInclusiveEducation.
The course will be executed in collaboration with the Arctic Five universities (University of Lapland, University of Oulu, Luleå University of Technology, Umeå University and UiT, The Arctic University of Norway) and it provides students an unique possibility to study in international environment. The course is unique opportunity to study in international network. The course is available for the students of those five universities, including international students and in-service teachers. The study course is on master’s level and the teaching language is English. The study course has been funded by Nordplus Higher Education Programme.
Read more about the course on the website: www.ulapland.fi/ArcticInclusiveEducation
Registration is now open in Peppi until the beginning of January 2022.
Senior lecturer in Education, Adjunct professor
Faculty of Education
Sámi language and culture university lecturer,
Faculty of Education
UiT - The Arctic University of Norway