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Disability Specific

A TEAM APPROACH: SUPPORTING STUDENTS WITH INTELLECTUAL DISABILITY, DEVELOPMENTAL DELAY,
DOWN SYNDROME AND CHROMOSOMAL DISORDERS

MAINSTREAM AND SPECIAL EDUCATION CLASSROOM TEACHERS AND SCHOOL ASSISTANTS
Parents/Carers of children are welcome to register.

PRESENTED BY ANNE SQUIRE, SENIOR EDUCATION CONSULTANT AND WENDY WILLIAMS, SPECIAL EDUCATION CONSULTANT, DOWN SYNDROME SA

This workshop is for school assistants, special education teachers and mainstream classroom teachers who are working with children in mainstream, special unit, special classes and special schools across the 3 education sectors in South Australia.

This practical course will include information and hands on learning about:

  • Understanding the student – characteristics, specific learning styles
  • The role of the assistant in supporting the teacher – recording
  • Developing social skills – using visuals – independent learning – contracts
  • Collaborative practice – all levels of staff, parents and peers
  • Understanding behaviour and Influences on behaviour
  • Developing a team approach.

Certificates will be provided that include reference to the Teacher Standards that apply to this workshop:

  • Standard 1.6. Work with colleagues to access specialist knowledge, and relevant policy and legislation, to develop teaching programs that support the participation and learning of students with disability
  • Standard 7.3. Identify, initiate and build on opportunities that engage parents/carers in both the progress of their children’s learning and in the educational priorities of the school.

FLIER

Event Date 26/11/2018 9:00 am
Event End Date 26/11/2018 3:30 pm
Register by 21/11/2018
Individual Price $145.00
$145.00


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