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a fairer Australia

Lifelong learning for
a fairer Australia

Webinar: Managing the inclusive classroom

Judy BuckinghamThe days of educating learners with a disability in segregated settings are long gone. Today people with diverse abilities come together in mainstream learning environments. This shift in attitude around how people with disabilities should be educated has resulted in what is now referred to as an ‘inclusive classroom’.

In our next session, Judy Buckingham from the ACE DisAbility Network will discuss:

  • the inclusive classroom
  • the impact of disability on learning
  • strategies to meet these needs
  • behaviour management
  • useful learning tools, including collaborative learning, working with support workers and assessment.

ACE DisAbility promotes disability awareness and provides advice, support and training in the Adult and Community Education sector.

Here are the presentation slides for Judy’s session

Or download the powerpoint file here: Inclusive classroom, by Judy Buckingham (ACE DisAbility Network) (pptx, 120kb).

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