Judith McKenzie

Judith is a lecturer and researcher in Disability Studies at the University of Cape Town. She has worked in rural areas focusing particularly on community based and interdisciplinary projects.

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Disability Inclusion in Education: Building Systems of Support (Coursera)

Worldwide millions of children are not able to fully participate in schooling, and this is especially a problem for children with disabilities. In this course, we explore the support that teachers need in order to meet the needs of children with severe to profound hearing, visual and intellectual disabilities. [...]

Severe to Profound Intellectual Disability: Circles of Care and Education (Coursera)

This course is about caring for and educating children (and youth) with severe to profound intellectual disability. We use the idea of 'circles' to position the child at the center of the many levels of support needed. Around the child are circles of care and education - such as [...]

Education for All: Disability, Diversity and Inclusion (FutureLearn)

Discover ways to make education more inclusive, especially in areas where resources are limited. Learn practical strategies for making education inclusive. Millions of children around the world are excluded from access to education because of a disability - robbing them of their potential and diminishing our society. On this [...]