Upcoming Events

Dyslexia Inclusive Classrooms (Primary)
26-10-2018 9:00 am -3:00 pm

Approximately one in ten students in our primary schools experience some form of learning challenge within their educational setting, with 3 to 5 percent having a Specific Learning Disorder such as Dyslexia.  These students require early identification and appropriate intervention using a systematic, explicit and cumulative approach to the instruction of reading and spelling, with high intensity and frequency. They also require specific classroom accommodations to help bypass the challenges associated with written expression, in the form of assistive technology to show case their potential.

Girls & ASD: Addressing the Hidden Difficulties (F-12)
19-11-2018 9:00 am -3:30 pm

Many people tend to believe that autism is predominantly male, but new research shows that girls affected by autism present with symptoms that are unique to this gender. Girls with autism can easily go unnoticed as they tend to mask their symptoms which means fewer girls are diagnosed and their needs not being met. In this workshop, participants will be introduced to the obvious and subtle symptoms exhibited by female autism. Strategies and approaches drawn from a social-emotional curriculum will be discussed.

Challenging Behaviour, Trauma & Diverse Needs: A Wellbeing Approach (Secondary) VIC
20-11-2018 9:00 am -4:00 pm

Are you dealing with challenging classroom behaviour? Are you seeking new ways to reconnect students to their learning and to support their wellbeing?

Discover new ways to respond to challenging behaviours such as ODD, anger and more. This engaging workshop focuses on understanding the cause of the behaviour and providing a wellbeing approach that improves learning.

Metacognitive Strategies that Work (HITS) F-12
22-11-2018 9:00 am -3:30 pm

Experience practical and proven metacognitive strategies that improve student learning and wellbeing. Access relevant metacognition and self-regulation resources and multimodal tools for a variety of learning and teaching contexts. 

High Impact Assessment Strategies (F-12)
23-11-2018 9:00 am -3:30 pm

Would you like to improve your assessment practice? Are you looking for ways to expand your data to ensure a deeper understanding of student learning? This hands-on workshop addresses the challenges of assessment within the curriculum, and offers high impact, practical and innovative strategies that enhance teaching across all year levels. You will also develop a quality evidence based toolkit using multimodal assessment strategies. 

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