Diversity and Inclusion resources
Resources designed to support parents and teachers in delivering learning from home for students taking diversity and inclusion into account.
Teachers can use these resources to personalise their lessons or activities. Families can use them to support learning in the home environment.
A range of learning activities across learning areas such as English, mathematics, movement and living skills.
- Literacy and numeracy building good practice (PDF 15.4MB) - Australian Government - Early learning activities for young children
- Learning from home – considerations for parents and teachers (PDF 973KB) - practical ideas to support the continuity of learning for students with disability
- Learning from home grid for students (PDF 947KB) - Easy to understand and fun activities with visuals
- Numeracy families working it out (PDF 364KB) - practical everyday mathematics that families can do together
- Across KLA term planner - seasons and weather (DOCX 31MB) - A series of simple learning activities that introduce the concepts of weather and seasons. This plan includes literacy, numeracy, music and visual arts activities.
- The department has teaching and learning resources available which provide online and offline practical instructional learning activities and resources for early childhood, K-6 and 7-10. You may wish to also access the Universal Design for Learning planning tool, which will support you in making these resources more inclusive.
Technology can be a great support for accessing learning materials.
- The Professional learning on demand page has a range of recorded webinars and video resources to support learning from home, including a range of videos to personalise learning form home for students.
- The Disability learning and support statewide staffroom is available to all teachers and provides resources, videos and a channel to discuss technology that can support students with disability.
- Disability learning and support distance education resources developed to support students that cannot access a physical school. The Distance education network offers these documents to support teachers in delivering off-campus learning. They are not designed for all learning contexts and are not anticipated to address all syllabus outcomes. Curriculum experts are reviewing them and when quality-assured versions are available they will be highlighted.
While the resources support independent student study, they must be used in consultation with their subject teacher.
The Disability learning and support statewide staffroom is available to all teachers supporting students with a disability.
Advice and additional resources are available within this community.