Southern Melbourne Region 14

Bayside,  Kingston, Glen Eira, Stonnington, Frankston Mornington Peninsula, Greater Dandenong and Casey

NDCO: Sally Bailey

Email: sbailey@skillsplus.com.au

Phone: (03) 9784 0400 Mobile: 0439 897 027

Office: 31 Playne Street Franskton Vic 3199

Postal Address: PO Box 1162 Frankston Vic 3199

 

Events

 

26th June 2014

 

NDCO Program

Inclusive Learning Conference
 

The NDCO Program, hosted by SkillsPlus and Brace has partnered with Monash University Education Faculty, SPELD, Department of Education and Early Childhood Development, Learn Local Network, Frankston and Mornington Peninsula, Bayside Kingston Glen Eira and Southern Eastern Local Learning and Employment Networks to cover the entire Southern Metropolitan region. 

 

The Conference is an opportunity for educational professionals to understand how:

·      specific disorders impact on learning;

·      the process of recognition and diagnosis; and

·      how to support inclusive education for people 14 years and over.

 

The conference is aimed at professionals with experience and/or an interest in inclusive learning and educating people aged 14 years and over:

·      Secondary teachers / teacher aides / school leaders;

·      Education sectors - government / non-government;

·      Tertiary Educators (Universities and TAFE);

·      Researchers and Academics; Education Consultants;

·      Therapists / Counsellors; and

·      Students.

 
Date
Time

Thursday, 26th June 2014

9.00am to 3.30pm
 
Venue
 

Monash University, Peninsula campus

Mc Mahons Road, Frankston

 

Directions and Travel Information

Map of Monash University

 
Keynote Speaker
 

Associate Professor Pamela Snow, Monash University
School of Psychology and Psychiatry & the School of Rural Health

 

Improving the chances of at-risk adolescents receiving the additional support they need to overcome early obstacles in their lives.

 

Associate Professor Pamela Snow: Brief Biographical Summary

 
Presenter Bios
 

Louisa Ellum, Chief Executive Officer BGK LLEN

Mark Tainsh, Director Disability & Inclusion DEECD

Jennifer Finemore, Psychologist MAPS

Murray Dawson Smith, Amaze

Karen Starkiss, Dyslexia Assessments and Support Services

Anne Williams, Dyscalculia from a Teacher’s Perspective

Stephen Bourke, Director of Learning Enhancement, St Francis Xavier College

 
Conference Flyers
 

Inclusive Learning Conference – Information Flyer

Inclusive Learning Conference – Proposed Timetable

 
Conference Streams & Breakout Sessions
 

Recognition, Diagnosis and Support

This stream will focus on understanding specific disorders that impact on learning, the process for assessment and modifications that support inclusive education for people aged 14 years and over.

 

Two breakout sessions are offered in this stream:

a)      Specific Learning Difficulty

b)      Autism spectrum Disorder

 

Teaching and Learning Practice

This stream will explore the practical application related to the education of students with learning barriers aged 14 years and over including assistive technology, alternative assessment examples and strategies to modify curriculum.

 

Two breakout sessions are offered in this stream:

c)       Identifying Assistive Technology

d)      Strategies to Modify Curriculum

 
How to Register
 

Register Online:  ndcoilc.eventbrite.com or with PD Online for account holders.

 

Early Bird (discounted)

Registration

$99.00 (closes  9-05-14)

$149.00 (closes 22-06-14)

 

Lunch and refreshments are provided

Parking is free in designated areas

  
 

 

 

    NDCO Region 14 Newsletters

 

NDCO Region 14 Newsletter February 2014 PDF

NDCO Region 14 Newsletter February 2014 Word

NDCO Region 14 Newsletter November 2013 pdf

 

NDCO Region 14 Newsletter November 2013 Word

 

NDCO Region 14 Newsletter February 2013

NDCO Region 14 Newsletter November 2012

NDCO Region 14 NewsletterAugust 2012

NDCO Region 14 Newsletter March 2012

NDCO Region 14 Newsletter December 2011

 

 

Frankston Mornington Peninsula LLEN careers resource

  

www.fmpllendisabilitycareerresources.com

 

   

 

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Southern Region School Leavers Guide

 

Developed by the Victorian Dept.of Human Services this is a guide to the range of services available to young people with a disability who are making the transition from secondary school to post-school options.

Download guide 

 


  Finishing Secondary School this year?

 To find all of the school transition services in your area look at your Local Learning and Employment Network Transition Resource Guide


  Transition to Employment Programs

If you are eligible for FFYA and interested in exploring employment, you may be eligible to access additional funds and supports via the Transition to Employment (TTE)

 


   Disability Employment Services 

For Information and Disability Employment Services and the services in my area.

 




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