Inclusive STEM Education for Students with Diverse Learning Needs (PL2105)
Inclusive STEM Education for Students with Diverse Learning Needs - A Webinar Series from DATTA Vic, Berendale School and DLTV
FREE for members
School STEM education is seen essential in preparing individuals and economies for the future, but students who have diverse learning needs often face barriers to engagement. How can we as educators work to deliver STEM learning which celebrates diversity, equity and inclusion?
Join DATTA Vic, Berendale School and DLTV in this unique, free series of professional learning webinars on inclusive STEM education. You'll hear from a range of educators working in special education, who will discuss their own approaches to delivering applied STEM programs for their students. You'll discover targeted resources and sources of support for your own education programs and you'll get advice on assessment and pathways into further study and training. Our aim is offer educators- whether you work in special or mainstream schools- the skills, knowledge and confidence to develop your own inclusive teaching strategies in STEM education.
The program is as follows:
Webinar 1, 4pm - 5.30pm, 22nd April
- Andy Ding from Berendale School on teaching design, making and prototyping for students with an intellectual disability and ASD
- Dr. Matthew Harrison from Melbourne University on the effective use of gaming as a teaching and learning tool for students with autism and Down Syndrome
Webinar 2, 4pm - 5.30pm, 29th April
- Basil Natoli and Mick O'Neil from Croxton School on how gardening and horticulture programs can benefit students with disabilities
- Leanne Compton, Design & Technologies Curriculum Manager on using the Victorian Curriculum A-D for diverse learnings and how to teach content and assess student progress
Webinar 3, 4pm - 5.30pm, 6th May
- Glenn Barrow from FLO Connect on providing individualised STEM learning programs designed to re-engage young people who have been out of school for 3 months or longer
- Banyule Nillumbik Tech School on the Lab Technology Club for students with high functioning Autism and Aspergers
Webinar 4, 4pm - 5.30pm, 13th May
- Mark Risicato from St Joseph's Flexible Learning Centre on STEM programs for young people disengaged from mainstream education
- Amy Duncan & John Parkinson from National Gallery of Victoria on their education programs and art and design resources for people with autism and other learning needs
Each webinar will feature presentations by practitioners and a Q&A panel discussion
Thanks to Melbourne School of Education (Learning Intervention) for their support for this program.
When: 4pm – 5.30pm
April 22, April 29, May 6 and May 13
Where: via Webex
Meeting link provided on booking
Cost: FREE for members of DATTA Vic and DLTV but bookings are essential
Non-members can attend this series for the cost of $160
|Thanks to Google for their support for this program through their Educator Professional Development Grant Program|
Thanks to The Department of Education & Training for their support for DATTA Vic through the Strategic Partnership Programs Fund.