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Conduct professional discussions to confirm that decision making has been applied consistently (for example, meetings with teachers at the school/with other schools). Discussions and moderation meetings reference the ...

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John, a Year 6 student who has attended the same large P–12 school since Year 2, is a popular and competent student. However, John’s class teacher has observed behaviour over the past two weeks ...

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Max, a Year 2 student who received reading intervention in Term 4 of Year 1, continues to exhibit some difficulties with decoding, reading fluency and reading comprehension. Writing skills are d...

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A number of students at a P-12 school have asthma. For some of these students, their health condition has no functional impact on their access to, or participation in, schooling. No ongoing, lo...

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Moderation is one of the most important tools that teachers use to align professional judgements. The Moderation resource for schools provides information about the NCCD moderation process....

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In the course of the NCCD, schools collect data about students with disability who are receiving adjustments. It is highly recommended that schools, sectors and/or jurisdictions develop protocols and processes for:...

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Graphic: Teacher watching as high school student writes in a book
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This optional resource is a sample recording tool that could be used at NCCD school team meetings to document decisions made regarding levels of adjustment, category of disability and collected evidence....

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