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Decision making for students with disability in the mainstream classroom

Jennifer Stephenson, Mark Carter, Amanda Webster, Neale Waddy, Robert Stevens, Melissa Clements and Talia Morris share their findings on a collaborative project that investigated the ways schools cater for and enable students with disability in conventional classrooms.

Read the article, Decision making for students with disability in the mainstream classroom by Jennifer Stephenson, Mark Carter, Amanda Webster, Neale Waddy, Robert Stevens, Melissa Clements and Talia Morris.

Cultural competency: Reconciliation in action

Alanna Raymond is a proud Aboriginal Australian woman, primary teacher and member of Reconciliation Australia’s Narragunnawali team. In this article, Alanna explains cultural competency in the context of education, and suggests practical ways teachers and schools can build cultural competence.

Read the article, Cultural competency: Reconciliation in action by Alanna Raymond.

SPaRK – The Printmaking Ideas Book

Helen Yip, an art teacher at Asquith Girls High School, provides a treasury of resources and practical ideas for a wide variety of print making processes for students of visual arts, Stages 4-6.

Read the SPaRK (Shared Practice and Resource Kit): The Printmaking Ideas Book by Helen Yip.

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