SEPLA 2018 2018 SEPLA Special Education Conference
SEPLA-CON18
23 - 24 July - holiday inn warwick farm, nsw
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Conference Proceedings

Keynote Presentations

Unpacking Emotional Regulation
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Kathryn Berkett
Engage Training New Zealand

Concurrent Presentations

Teachers Day - Monday, 23rd July

Bridging the Gap Between Current Disability Funding and Meaningful Supports for Students with Autism
Myrna Dominguez
Autism Advisory and Support Service

Managing Student Behaviour and Learning through Alpaca Handling: Effects on Anxiety Classroom Learning and Social Behaviour among a group of Students with Special Needs
Graham Maskiell
Gin Gin State High School, QLD

Equine Therapy - 'Horse Talk' Introduction of Equine Therapy to Barrack Heights Special Education Unit for the Purpose of Improving Self-confidence and Behaviour Management
Kelly Dunn
Barrack Heights Primary School

Introduction to STEM with Lego We Do 2.0 & Sphero Technology
Alicia Stroud and Anne Bennett
The Ponds School

Juggling Personalised Learning Plans Using Creative Curriculum
Jacqui Wilson, Nadia Trebar, Damian O’Keefe and Joan Bailey
Holroyd School

Sailing for Students at Holroyd School
Joan Bailey
Holroyd School

Footy Tipping & The Curriculum
Damian O'Keefe
Holroyd School

Key Word Sign: Use It or Lose It
Ruth Rogers
Karonga School

Leaders Day - Tuesday, 24th July

Building Character for Learning:  Working with Intention to Transform Lives
Melanie Meers and Jodie Pritchard
Anson Street School

Caring for Ourselves, So We Can Care for Others
Kathryn Berkett
Engage Training New Zealand

Building Emotional Literacy Within A Trauma Sensitive Classroom
Matthew Di Domenica
Austin Hospital School

What Makes a Great Induction Program
Kylie Reid and Lena Eid
Holroyd School

Our Wellbeing Journey
Carolyn Heffernan and Sharon Stone
The Ponds School

Staff Wellbeing
Jo Dwyer
Wellbeing in Schools Australia

"Yes we Can" An Innovative Collaboration Between School and Business to Develop the Work Skills of Students with Moderate to Severe Intellectual Disabilities.
Stephen Smith and Alison Hurst, Caroline Chisholm School andKaren Vaughan, Environbank

 

 

 



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