2017 Conference Proceedings

Conference PowerPoints

Des English Memorial Lecture 

2017 Des English Memorial Lecture. Nancy Devlin

AASE 2017 Conference, Des English Memorial Lecture, Deborah Hall

Friday, 7th April 2017

Effectiveness of Individualised Programs – Lisa Walker Yarrabah School

Additional Document – Lisa Walker – Effectiveness of Individualised – My Pathways Plan Seniors

Learning from the Social Experiences of Girls with Asperger’s Syndrome: Social Difference or Social Disabilty? – Leigh De Silva and Dr Helen Klieve Griffith University  

Efficacy of Intensive Reading Interventions for both Younger and Older Low-Progress Readers in Schools Serving Remote Aboriginal Communities – Sarah Arakelian and Meree Reynolds^

How the Phrase “Walk With Me” Changed a School Culture – Barbara Olsen, Julie Backhouse and Kerry Watson East Gippsland Specialist School # 

The Provision of EIBI for students with Autism Spectrum Disorder accross Western Australia to Facilitate Successful Independent Mainstream Inclusion – Terese Morse 

Walking with Kaydon – the Journey of a Learner at The Patch^

Anthea Naylor – Video Self Modelling Application in Inclusive and Special Education Classrooms

Challenging Behaviour and Children with Trauma: Walking with Care Beside the Traumatised Child – Dr Kay Ayre The University of Southern Queensland

Developing Employment Options for Young Adults with Moderate to High Support Needs with Support of the NDIS. A case study of the Hospitality Industry in Geelong, Victoria – Barwon Valley SDS #

Building Early Numeracy Skills to Gain Greater Access to Age-Equivalent Curriculum – Dr Bree Jimenez Mater Dei School and The University of Sydney, and Associate Professor David Evans The University of Sydney

Normal is just a Setting on a Dryer – Ross Bowey Department of Education and Training, NSW #

Walking the Talk: Social and Emotional Learning in Action – Associate Professor Helen Cahill The University of Melbourne^

Conductive Education and Collaborative Partnerships – Shona Ballantyne Carson Street School

Is your Lesson Planning Inclusive? The Universal Design for Learning Framework for an Australian Context – Dr Matt Capp Brisbane Catholic Education #

Positive Classroom Environments and Calming Spaces – Rose Newman Catholic Education Office Canberra-Goulburn

Calming Spaces in Archdiocese Schools Guidelines

Delivering Equine Facilitated Learning to Engage Students with a Disability who have Experienced Trauma – Todd Macbeth and Lauren Short East Gippsland Specialist School, Sue Svetlik Equine Facilitated Learning Bruthen #

Rich Tasks, Confident Young People and Curriculum Success – Deborah Hall and Lauren Hofmeyer Henbury School #
Indigenous Assessment in the Northern Territory: Best Practice – Sue Edwards and Santie Du Plessis Department of Education NT #

Improving Leadership Response to Staff Resistance – Dan Petro Behavioural Resources Australia

Leading the Response to Intervention (RTI) Model: The Essential Key Components of the RTI Model for the Successful Identification and Support of at Risk Learners – Michelle Van Puyvelde Evatt Primay School #

Tweak your Teaching: Upskilling Mainstream Educators through access to Evidence-based Strategies in order to Support Learning Difficulties in the P-12 Classroom – Cleo Westhorpe Melbourne Gilrs Grammar 

Understanding and Documenting Progress in Dance for Children with Special needs: Using new Technology to Enable Evidence-based assessment – Sue Mullane Sunshine Special Developmental School and Dr Kim Dunphy The University of Melbourne #

Saturday, 8th April 2017

Talk with Us: Teaching Informed by Speech Pathology and Speech Pathology Informed by Teaching – Elspeth Hurse and Amy Southwood Department of Education NT #

A Systems Approach to Helping Those Really Difficult Kids (…with Challenging Behaviours) – Dr Michael Flood  Catholic Education Office Diocese of Bathurst and Julie Hollitt Continuum Psychology

The 8th Sense – Catherine Davies, Dr Emma Gooddal and Di Rodd The Department for Education and Child Development SA

Additional Document 1 – The 8th Sense – Sensory Overview

INSPIRE: Online Software System Supporting School and System-wide collaboration in the Identification, Referral, Funding, Planning for and Reporting on Students with Additional Support Needs – Adriaan Du Plessis and John Morton Catholic Education Northern Territory Diocese of Darwin #

Developing and Validating a Model of Practice for Prep/Kindergarten Teachers Educating Students on the Autism Spectrum in Inclusive Classrooms – Annalise Taylor Griffith Universityand the Cooperative Centre for Living with Autism^

The Jigsaw Program – Therese Bourke and Mareta D’Angelo Warringa Park School #

Malibu School AAC – A Voice for All – Noelene Mason Department of Education WA #

Dance Communication Collaboration – “Genie in a Bottle” Georgie Labb and Cathy Rendall Port Phillip Specialist School 

“I felt as though I did something with myself today. I rarely get that feeling” The Social, Academic and Vocational Outcomes of Mentoring Programs and Inclusive Activities – Jarrod McGrath The Woden School #

I’m Worried: Anxiety among Children and Adolescents with Chronic Illness – Steph Ball Ronald McDonald House Perth

Video Learning Profiles: Promoting Student Agency and Supporting Educational Transitions – Christopher Rayner The University of Tasmania and Robert Carter Department of Education TAS^

Reducing Restrictive Practices Project – Warren Dawson Queensland Department of Education and Training^

Using Visual Arts as a Tool to Encourage Children with Autism to Communicate Feelings and Emotions – Christopher Rayner and Alicia Round University of Tasmania^

Addressing Low Working Memory: A Journey to Learning Independence – Jade Mete Ballarat Grammar School

Let’s Get MOVEing! Mobility Opportunities via Education – Bec Stark Lucas Gardens School and MOVE International #

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