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SIEU2428 – Keeping it right – maintaining the learning environment

Behaviour management is one of the more challenging issues teachers, schools, and school systems face on a day to day basis. National and international researchers agree that students who feel safe, supported, and connected are more likely to be active participants in their learning. In …

SIEU2418 – Behaviour management out of the classroom

The are many spaces inside a school where Education Support staff will interact with students such as the library, on yard duty, corridors and offices. The interactions in these areas have a different context to a classroom but carries the same expectations for appropriate behaviours. …

SIEU2419 – Redirecting focus of distracted students

Students can lose focus for a variety of reasons which are not always intentional. Building rapport with students to understand and address the underlying cause of the distraction is essential to provide them with the support they need to maintain engagement with set tasks. This …

SIEU2429 – Steps to Reconciliation

Teachers have a professional responsibility under AITSL standard 2.4.2 to promote Reconciliation with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people. As teachers we have a unique opportunity to advance Reconciliation in what we teach and how we teach about Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander histories and …

SIEU2430 – Differentiation for students with a learning disability

Teachers in 21st century classrooms are challenged to ensure that all students can achieve success. The challenge is increased when students in the classroom have learning disabilities. All teachers need the opportunity to increase their knowledge about the major learning disabilities and to broaden their …

SIEU2431 – Supporting students who have experienced trauma

Trauma can manifest in unexpected ways; understanding the principles of trauma aware teaching can lead to healthier engagement with individual students . This session delivered by staff from Berry Street focuses on how students who have experienced trauma can be supported, including understanding the different …

SIEU2411 – Inclusive practices in the classroom

Inclusive education means that all students are supported in their learning in a way that allows them to engage and contribute in the school environment. The steps taken by the teacher should maximise the opportunity for student success and look for ways to overcome the …

SIEU2402 – Supporting sensory needs of students

Students have diverse learning and sensory needs in the classroom. There are a number of factors that affect the classroom environment and many of these can be catered for by the teacher. This session will investigate how to establish an inclusive learning environment that supports …

SIEU2432 – Indigenous Pedagogies

Incorporating Indigenous perspectives effectively into the curriculum is beneficial to all students as well as First Nations students. This presentation will support you to engage effectively with First Nations pedagogical approaches. The focus will be on the use of Yarning Circles; the presenter has developed …

SIEU2412 – Making reasonable adjustments

A reasonable adjustment is a measure taken to help students engage with an activity. This can range from the physical setup of the learning environment to the type of work presented or even the way information is prepared for students. All children have unqiue learning …