What does effective, contemporary inclusive practice look like at the secondary level for students with disability? At a time of significant change in the field of disability support in schools, this is a question worth considering, write Dr Julie McMillan and Dr Jane Jarvis from Flinders University.
Designed to enhance learning and engagement, La Trobe University researchers have unveiled an interactive social robot designed as a classroom companion for special needs schools.
For the third year running, Scanning Pens has been announced as a finalist for the 2019 Bett Awards, which recognises innovative and creative education technology solutions.
The Western Australian Government has announced additional schools will begin offering a specialist learning program for students with autism spectrum disorder over the next two years.
Over 100 schools across Victoria will take part in a pilot program that aims to better assess the learning requirements of students with disabilities and additional needs.
Using clever technology, Scanning Pens is helping students with reading difficulties such as dyslexia to read independently and become more engaged in the classroom.