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Wider support materials Text Review the national support materials

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Wider support materials Text As a parent, guardian or carer, what do I need to know?

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Under the Disability Discrimination Act 1992 and the Disability Standards for Education 2005, schools have an obligation to ensure that students with disability are able to access and participate in school on the same...

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Wider support materials Disability Standards for Education e-learning Disability Standards for Education: A practical guide for individuals, families and communities

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This resource aims to increase awareness and understanding of the Disability Standards for Education 2005 among parents, guardians and carers, families and wider communities throughout Australia. ...

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Wider support materials Text Managing meetings

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Chair: the person holding the position of authority in a meeting (also known as a chairperson)...

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Wider support materials Text Collaboration

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Collaboration means working with others to pursue a common goal, such as ensuring that a student with disability participates in education on the same basis as other students.

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Wider support materials Text Communication

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People can communicate in a variety of ways, ranging from informal or spontaneous conversations to formal communication in scheduled meetings. Maintaining effective communication between home and school can assist all...

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Wider support materials Text Working together

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Wider support materials Text That's not fair!

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Wider support materials Text Learning and achieving

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Students with disability have the right to learn and to demonstrate their achievement on the same basis as students without disability. Schools adjust learning activities and assessment tasks all the time to meet the ...

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Wider support materials Text Participating

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Students with disability have the right to participate in all school activities, inside and outside the classroom, on the same basis as students without disability. Activities should be planned or adjusted so that stu...

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