Media Statement April, 2020 The impact of Covid-19 on children with disabilities, along with their families, is not recognized in the current media coverage of the pandemic. The Australian Association of Special Education (AASE) supports the efforts from other...
Real and rigorous: ‘Combining evidence-based professional learning with action research to enhance student-learning outcomes’
November 20th - Real and rigorous: ‘Combining evidence-based professional learning with action research to enhance student-learning outcomes’ Presenter – Michael Arthur-Kelly, the University of Newcastle
November 7th - Personalising Learning and Supporting Learner Agency using Educational Technology Presenter – Greg O’Connor Texthelp’s AsiaPac EdTech Manager (a teacher with over 30 years of experience in integrating technology within his teaching and learning...
September 18th Emotional Wellbeing of Autistic students Presenter - Chris Varney, Founder of the - I CAN Network and Patron of AASE National
June 27 - Embedding Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander perspectives using the 8waysframework Presenter Kelly Pulver – teacher Cranleigh School Canberra.
The 2020 National Conference 'Looking Through the Kaleidoscope' has just been announced for 9-11 September 2020 at the Hilton, Adelaide, South Australia.