Inclusive education website helps teachers support learners with disabilities
With a new in-take of students this year, some teachers will be looking for teaching approaches and strategies for students with learning support needs.
With this in mind we’ve revamped the Inclusive Education website.
There are 26 guides on the site that take some of the mystery out of meeting the needs of learners with disabilities. The strategies in the guides help Year 1-13 teachers and school leaders recognise, plan for and meet the learning and wellbeing needs of all learners. The site includes guides relating to dyslexia, ASD and ADHD.
Parents have also found the site useful for understanding teaching approaches that work for their child. Parents and teachers can work together to identify approaches that will work and to reinforce these at home.
The site does not replace people or resourcing. It complements the services and support that schools receive and connects teachers, school leaders and parents with what others are doing in this space.
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