Autism in the Early and Primary Years – Session 2 of 2 (North-West)
Area of focus
3:30 pm - 5:00 pm Thu 18th Nov 2021
Devonport Christian School
Who should attend
Learning Support Coordinators, Support Teachers, Classroom teachers, Education Assistants, Psychologists and other interested professional support staff
Who is speaking
Supporting students with Autism spectrum diagnosis. These spaced learning sequence of face:face sessions will focus on practical strategies and build your understanding of the strengths and challenges common to primary aged students with ASD and how you can best support their learning
Tracey is currently the Principal Project Officer - Autism working in the Education Department. She was a classroom teacher for 23 years before moving to the Early Childhood Intervention service where the call to work in Autism was ignited. Tracey has also worked as an Autism consultant across many schools where she had opportunities to promote and create inclusive settings for all students. In her current role Tracey works closely with DoE inclusive practise coaches building their capacity in Autism so all students can engage and participate at school.
What you will learn
AITSL Professional Practice Lens Focuses:
- 1.5 Differentiate teaching to meet the specific learning needs of students across the full range of abilities
- 1.6 Strategies to support full participation of students with disability
IST is facilitating these sessions which are free to IST member schools. Venues to be advised. Please enrol via link provided.
Terms and Conditions:
All participants are required to individually register to attend this session. If you do not register for the event you will not receive a certificate of attendance.
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