Special Education Victoria

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Bendigo: DigiTech for Diverse Learners

Modifying the A-D and F-2 digital technologies curriculum for a range of abilities.

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For the first time, DLTV (Digital Learning and Teaching Victoria) and AASE (Australian Association of Special Education) are partnering to showcase the potential that digital technologies has on meeting a range of abilities in the classroom.  We are proud to announce a series ‘hands-on’ DigiTech workshops focused on differentiating DigiTech instruction for levels A-D and F-2 to regional Victorian educators.  We are grateful to Google who, thanks to their CS Educator PD Grants, has provided funding so that we can host 2-4 workshops across Victoria in Terms 3 and 4.

These workshops are designed for mainstream, special, and severe developmental educators (technology leaders, teachers, and support staff) to see examples of how technology can be adapted to suit diverse classrooms. The topics will focus on Victorian Curriculum Levels A-D and F-2 but all educators are welcome to get ‘hands-on’ experience with robots and digital tools, as well as resources, lesson ideas, and a chance to ask both tech and special education questions to our panel of experts.


Bendigo – October 17th @ Bendigo SDS

 


The Australian Association of Special Education is a broadly based, national organisation that advocates for quality educational programs and services for students with disability and special education needs.AASE

Here in Victoria we meet once a month to plan PDs for members, non-members, and new special education educators.

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