New practice guidance has been developed to help educators support all learners, particularly those in mainstream preschools and schools, who require adjustments to participate in their learning.
Did you know:
- using visual timetables and checklists can support organisation for learners with ADHD?
- sensory objects can help students with autism stay calm and concentrate?
- reducing background noise in the classroom is one of the best ways to help students with a speech impairment engage in learning?
These are just some of the tips in our new practice guidance resources.
There are currently 16 practice guides available, offering hands-on practical advice on topics such as autism, hearing loss and vision impairment.
Each guide includes a summary of the topic and detailed information about practical adjustments educators can make to support children and students.
More practice guides will be released in the future.
The practice guides are just one initiative of the department’s One in Four reform program, which aims to improve learning and development outcomes for all learners.