2017 AASE National Conference
Friday 7th - Satuday 8th April, 2017, Darwin Convention Centre, Northern Territory

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2017 AASE/PASS Conference Proceedings

Conference Proceedings

Thursday, 9th June, 2016

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Ethical Considerations in the Use of Token Economies to Modify Student Behaviour
Shiralee Poed and John Hattie, University of Melbourne,VIC

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Re-engaging Severe School Refusers: A Collaborative Approach
Lisa McKay-Brown, University of Melbourne, VIC

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Aiming for Ordinary. Implementing Adjustments for Students with Disability in Diverse-Ability Classrooms
Kylie Bice, Growing Up Greatness, WA

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The Katandra Project - Special and Mainstream Working Together
Tracey Walker, Bruce McPhate and Sally Maloney, Department of Education - South East Region, VIC

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Video Self Modelling as an Intervention and Transition Strategy
Anthea Naylor, Yarra Ranges Special Development School, VIC

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Implementing Eye Gaze Technology to Empower Diverse Learners
Jodie Whitford and Leanne Shane, Adelaide West Special Education Centre, SA

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Supporting Mothers and Families of Children and Young People with Disabilities: What Do Educators Need to Know?
Helen Bourke-Taylor, Australian Catholic University, NSW

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SMART Goals for Smart Teachers and SMART Teaching
Dr Gail Brown, Dr Carl Leonard, Dr Michael Arthur-Kelly, Designed Learning, NSW Eleebana Public School, NSW and University of Newcastle, NSW

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How Do Teachers Achieve a Student-Centred Inclusive Learning Environment?
Tracey Chamlin, University of Southern Queensland, QLD

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Developing Behaviour Support Plans with Students Using the School Behaviour Rating Scale
Dr Lyn Gardon, School Behaviour Solutions, NSW

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Meeting Jessica: Making Adjustments for Children and Adolescents with Mental Health Problems and Intellectual and Developmental Disability
Jodie Caruana, Children's Hospital Westmead, NSW

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Every Student Can Learn Maths: Recognising Core Numeracy Skills in Students within Diverse Additional Learning Needs
Jane Strickland, University of Melbourne, VIC

Friday, 10th June, 2016

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Children at Risk - How a Child's Homelife Can Impact on Their Capacity to Learn and Develop
Bryan Jeffrey, MOAT Health Services, VIC

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Des English Memorial Lecture
Bruce Bonyhady, National Disability Insurance Agency

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Collaborative Partnerships in Practice
Dr Chris Grima-Farrell, Australian Catholic University, NSW

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Special Education Teacher Education: Grasping the Potential
Dr Phil Doecke, RMIT University, VIC

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Play Intervention: Re-Imagining Drama
Dan Dinnen, Port Phillip Specialist School, VIC

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Visible Learning in Education Support
Rebecca Wheatley, Manjimip Education Support Centre, WA

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Partnership in Practice through Autism Connect
Bianca Pratt, Wendy Donaldson and Britt Holmberg, Department of Education and Training, VIC

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Understanding and Responding to Challenging Behaviour
Bryan Jeffrey, MOAT Health Services, VIC

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All Aboard: A New Whole-School Approach to Supporting Individual Student's Communication and Learning
Neale Rudland, Vita Williams and Ylana Bloom, The Hills School, NSW

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The AASE Tasmania Chapter and Faculty of Education (University of Tasmania) Mentoring Partnerships Program
Dr Christopher Rayner and Jenny Buckingham, University of Tasmania, TAS AASE Tasmania Branch, TAS

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'How Trauma Informed Teaching Practises have Positively Impacted on a Student with an Intellectual Disability and Complex, Challenging Behaviours
Amy Fletcher and Jenny Parsons, Cranleigh Specialist School, ACT

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How ABLES Revolutionised the Teaching of Students with Disability in Victorian Schools
Karen Underwood, Department of Education and Training, VIC

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Manoeuring the Movement Maze: Providing Smooth Transitions into and out of Secondary Education for Students with Autism Spectrum Disorders
Gayle Nelson, Canning Vale College, WA

 

 

 

 

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