We are delighted to invite you to the official launch of inclusionED, a major new online professional learning community for educators. inclusionED provides evidence-based and research-informed teaching practices and tools, specifically designed to support diverse learners in inclusive classrooms.
inclusionED will be launched online by the Hon. Dan Tehan MP, Minister for Education, at 4pm on Monday 18 May 2020.
Join us to celebrate the release of this significant new online learning community. The launch will include a demonstration showcase of inclusionED, and a live Q&A with the research team. You will hear from:
- Hon. Dan Tehan MP, Federal Minister for Education
- Professor Robert van Barneveld, Autism CRC Chair
- Professor Suzanne Carrington, Autism CRC Program 2 School YearsDirector and Associate Dean (Research) in the Faculty of Education atthe Queensland University of Technology (QUT)
- inclusionED research team: Associate Professor Michael Whelan, DrKeely Harper-Hill and Dr Jeremy Kerr at QUT
- Trudy Bartlett, Senior Inclusion Coordinator at Marsden State HighSchool
We hope you can attend this special online event. Please share this invitation with the teachers and parents in your lives.Official launch of inclusionED :: 18 May, 2020 @ 4pm.
In the average Australian classroom, at least three children have a learning difficulty or neurodevelopmental disability. The support and scaffolding these children receive during school can set the trajectory for the rest of their lives, but many teachers don’t feel equipped to effectively support the learning of all students in their classrooms.
Autism CRC’s major new online professional learning community, inclusionED, will play an important role in addressing this challenge.
Co-designed with educators, for educators, inclusionED provides evidence-based and research-informed teaching practices and tools specifically designed to support all students in inclusive classrooms.
inclusionED provides an online platform that assists educators to support their students, whether they are at school or at home. Parents can also use the free tools to support their children’s learning at home.
The platform also facilitates a national community of practice, enabling social sharing and educator reviews on the experience of implementing specific teaching practices.
inclusionED teaching practices align with the Australian Institute for Teaching and School Leadership’s (AITSL’s) High-Quality Professional Learning Cycle. When you complete an inclusionED practice, you can download a certificate of completion in recognition of your professional learning.
inclusionED combines the outputs of over 25 research and development projects carried out through Autism CRC’s School Years Program in 300+ Australian schools over the past six years.
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