Welcome to the 2021 AASE Victoria: Educating Students with Diverse Learning Needs Symposium, which will be held as a virtual event using the OnAir Virtual Conference Software on Thursday, 21st January 2021. The inaugural AASE Victoria: Educating Students with Diverse...

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Special General Meeting – Saturday, 21st November

Special General Meeting – Saturday, 21st November

Special General Meeting of the Australian Association of Special Education to be held via Zoom on Saturday November 21. To join the Zoom Meeting click the following link https://us02web.zoom.us/j/84457124082?pwd=K3NVQ2xIalg4S2IwOG02MWFVUXlZUT09 Meeting ID: 844 5712...

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Lee Mills Teacher Training Award

Lee Mills Teacher Training Award

Are you a research based student looking to pursue a career in special education? Submit your paper into the Lee Mills Teacher Training Award to show your interest in the industry and go in the running to win $500. This opportunity is open to all students throughout...

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AASE NSW Statement of Intent

AASE NSW Statement of Intent

Learn more about how the AASE NSW chapter plan to achieve the aims of the Australian Special Education Association. Click here to read the NSW Chapter Statement of Intent

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A short update on our activities over 2020

A short update on our activities over 2020

Over the last 12 months, AASE NSW has been deeply involved in the: NSW Department of Education Disability Strategy and NSW Curriculum Review AASE NSW will continue to play a critically important role over the next two years as the Disability Strategy is further...

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AASE WA Semester 1 Newsletter

AASE WA Semester 1 Newsletter

Dear AASE Members, I am sure you hear this from just about everyone but what a year this has been and we are only in June! We have achieved things that we would not have imagined possible before the start of the year and in timeframes that were punishing. It has also...

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AASE COVID-19 MEDIA STATEMENT

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...

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2019 Term 4 Newsletter

2019 Term 4 Newsletter

Dear AASE Members, I would like to thank the AASE executive and committee members for all their hard work in 2019 and their commitment to promoting quality teaching and quality learning for all. Sincere thanks go to Rachael for all the work she puts into generating...

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2019 Term 2 Newsletter

2019 Term 2 Newsletter

Dear AASE Members, I hope term 2 is progressing well. In this newsletter we have reviews of two different but interesting publications about a number of upcoming events. The events to watch out for include the Abilities Expo and the AASE National Conference in...

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2019 Term 1 Newsletter

2019 Term 1 Newsletter

Welcome to 2019. I hope your year has started smoothly and you are all well. I am looking forward to seeing the Black Swan State Theatre Company’s production You Know We Belong Together at Heath Ledger Theatre in March as I missed this last time and have been told it...

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