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Webinar for early career teachers in Middle Years classrooms
This free webinar will introduce early career teachers to inclusionED, a free online professional learning community for educators.

Held at the beginning of Term 1 2022, the webinar will explore how inclusionED supports the development of teacher professional practice. Tailored for early career teachers, the webinars will explore fundamental teaching practices that can help to support all learners, including those with diverse needs, in Middle Years classrooms.

These sessions are free of charge and will include time for Q&A and discussion with other attendees. Attendance will be capped so please register early to avoid disappointment.

We expect the session to go for up to two hours. A Certificate of Attainment for CPD hours is available for teachers and educators who attend the event.

Please pass this invitation on to any early career educators or newly qualified teachers in your network.

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Alternate sessions
This webinar is being run at an alternate time
• Fri 21 Jan - 3:30pm AEST https://www.autismcrc.com.au/2022-middle-teachers-1

Another two sessions are available for Early Years teachers:
• Thu 20 Jan – 9:30am AEST https://www.autismcrc.com.au/2022-early-teachers-1
• Wed 2 Feb – 3:30pm AEST https://www.autismcrc.com.au/2022-early-teachers-2


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What is inclusionED?

inclusionED provides evidence-based and research-informed teaching practices, videos, printable templates and other resources, designed to support diverse learners in inclusive classrooms. Underpinned by the principles of Universal Design for Learning, inclusionED supports flexible approaches that can be personalised for students' learning.

inclusionED was developed to translate research findings from Autism CRC’s School Years Program into usable teaching practices for today’s classrooms. The community of practice has more than 3,500 registered users.

Feb 1, 2022 09:30 AM in Brisbane

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