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May 2019

Other States 16th Annual Hawker Brownlow Thinking and Learning Conference 16th -19th May 2019 Caulfield Racecourse Melbourne

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June 2019

AUTISM: myths and facts

June 18, 2019 @ 9:30 am - 12:30 pm
Castle Hill, Castle Hill RSL, Phoenix Room, 77 Castle St
NSW, Castle Hill 2154 Australia

This presentation will provide information about autism in school aged children with an aim to share factual, evidence-based information about a range of areas, including diagnostic markers, pathways to diagnosis and autism in girls. Myths regarding diagnosis, labeling, echolalia and strengths and talents will also be addressed. The presentation aims to address practical issues around identifying and supporting students in primary and secondary school, as well as strategies for the classroom and home management. This presentation will be beneficial for…

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July 2019

2019  Successful Learning Conference

July 1, 2019 - July 2, 2019

NSW Events 2019  Successful Learning Conference 1st and 2nd July 2019, Epping Club University of Sydney Faculty of Arts and Social Science More details at https://sydney.edu.au/arts/study/continuing-professional-development/professional-learning-in-education/successful-learning-conference-2019---25th-anniversary.html

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November 2019

Let’s Lift Literacy

November 29, 2019 @ 8:30 am - 4:00 pm
PTC NSW training venue, 67-76 St Hilliers Road (Cnr hall and Percy Streets)
Auburn, NSW 2112 Australia

This full day course will look at strategies that can be used across the curriculum to lift students’ performance in the areas of reading (with a focus on comprehension and fluency), writing, vocabulary development and spelling. The course has been developed in response to the expressed needs of our members who want practical research-based strategies that can be used at all levels, as well as catering for diverse learning needs. Effective vocabulary instruction was a feature of key presenters at…

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March 2020

NESA’s workshop on HSC Disability Provisions – the Why, How and What Happens Friday 13th March 2020

March 13, 2020 @ 4:00 pm - 6:00 pm
St Edward’s Gosford, 13 Frederick Street
East Gosford, NSW 2250

Dear PALS members, You are invited to NESA’s workshop on HSC Disability Provisions – the Why, How and What Happens Friday 13th March 2020. Registration:      3.45pm Workshop:         4.00-6.00pm Cost:                  Free Venue:              St  Edward's Gosford NESA is encouraging schools to send a school executive member along with their Disability Provisions Coordinator(s). By attending this workshop teachers, executive and learning support personnel will have a better understanding of the…

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PALS MEETING THE INDIVIDUAL NEEDS OF STUDENTS FRI 20 MAR - POSTPONED Dear colleagues, Due to the outbreak of the Coronavirus, PALS regrets that we have had to postpone Meeting the Individual Needs of Students scheduled for Friday 20 March. This is based on advice from the Australian Government against organised, non-essential gatherings of large groups in response to COVID-19. Several schools have issued rules that staff are not permitted to attend Professional Development courses. This impacts on not only…

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November 2020

Where to begin when writing an Individual Education Plan

November 18, 2020 @ 4:00 pm - 5:00 pm

As a PALS member you are invited to attend a free webinar on Wednesday 18 November, 4.00 – 5.00pm Presenter: Claire Tipper, LST Hunter Trade College Are you new to Learning Support? Do you know how to go about writing an IEP? The purpose of this professional learning is to provide teachers with information and advice about writing an Individual Education Plan ( IEP ) for students with a disability. This one hour online course covers the basics of writing…

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Meeting the Individual Needs of the Students

November 27, 2020 @ 8:45 am - 3:30 pm

A special ONLINE learning event for secondary teachers, learning team personnel and those interested in meeting the individual needs of students. There will be three focus areas: Collaborative Planning, Learning Adjustments and Assessment. These three areas are the essential ingredients in building the most Effective Learning Plans. The York Assessment of Reading Comprehension (YARC) and other Assessment measures will be examined. The workshop presenters:  - Marina Laing, Principal Project Officer NSW Education Standards Authority - Maxene Borg, Head of Inclusive…

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