Inclusion series zoe 35

Adapting your Program to be Inclusive of All Children

Module in Meaningful Inclusion Series

Online Face-to-face

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Cost per person:


Designed for:

  • ECEC Educators
  • OSHC Educators
  • Early Primary Teachers
  • Playgroup Facilitators
  • VITs


Two hours


2x zoom sessions or Face-to-face at your location



Course Overview

The seminar is aimed at supporting teachers and educators to look at the skills and adaptations that may be required when supporting a child with disabilities to be included in the program.

What do practice principles like High Expectations and Intentional Teaching mean for including children with disabilities into your program?

Participants will explore practices that support children with a disability to achieve learning outcomes, a practical framework for everyday routines and activities to support meaningful participation and community resources available to support you and your program.

  • Participants will reflect on their own beliefs about Inclusion
  • Participants will explore a framework for adapting everyday routines and activities
  • Participants will understand programs and resources that can support their work
  • Participants will look at the applications of the practice principles of High Expectations and Intentional Teaching

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