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Including students with complex learning profiles in mainstream classrooms
Presenter Loren Swancutt
Inclusive Education Specialist, National Convenor of the School Inclusion Network for Educators (SINE)
Equitable access to age-equivalent, academic curriculum is a fundamental aspect of inclusive education. When students with complex learning profiles (eg. ADHD, Autism, etc) are included in the regular curriculum alongside peers, they achieve increased outcomes across a range of measures. Despite the benefits, curricular inclusion for students with complex learning profiles poses a challenge of practice for teachers. This presentation responds to that challenge by exploring the why, how and what of this important work, and includes an overview of the application of curriculum adjustments through a systematic process for including all students in age-equivalent, academic curriculum. Example lessons and implementation from both Primary and Secondary school contexts will be utilised.
Date 28th June 2022

Registration: 9:45am

Seminar: 10:00am-12:00pm (Including question time)
Location Online and Zoom Seminar
Contact Phone: 02 9806 9960  Email: info@ldc.org.au

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Seminar (Member): $35
Seminar (Non-Member): $70
Seminar and NEW Individual Membership (until 31st May 2023) $68
Seminar and NEW School Membership (until 31st May 2023) $85
2 registrants permitted @ member rate per Individual Membership (Member + Guest).
6 staff permitted @ member rate per School/organisation Membership
Refund of fees, less 30% administration, will be available up to 14 days prior to conference commencement. No cancellations accepted later than 14 days to conference.  Substitute delegates welcomed at no extra charge.

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