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Early childhood inclusion Step 3: Developing and implementing Individual Learning Plans (ILPs)
In this webinar you will be guided through the process of writing and implementing an Individual Learning Plan (ILP) for a child with disability or developmental delay in your early childhood service. Over 90 minutes, you will learn about what an ILP is and when one should be used. You will be guided through how to use observations and other data collected to write an ILP in collaboration with their colleagues, the child’s family and other professionals. Finally, tips on how to work collaboratively to implement, monitor, review and update the ILP will be provided.
This webinar series has been funded through the NSW Department of Education’s Sector Development Program and is available only to educators in NSW

Feb 10, 2022 09:30 AM in Canberra, Melbourne, Sydney

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Dr Sarah Carlon
Manager, Research and Education @STaR Education
Sarah has extensive experience educating adults in the area of special education. She has worked both as a university Lecturer delivering postgraduate special education courses and as a STaR Special Educator training and mentoring childcare educators to successfully include young children with disabilities in their services. She has also worked in a range of inclusive early childhood settings as an early childhood teacher and centre director. Sarah is passionate about translating the early childhood early intervention evidence into practice and supporting early childhood educators to extend their knowledge and skills in the area of special and inclusive education.
Megan Cooper
Manager, Families and Education @STaR Education
Megan has extensive experience teaching people with disabilities and is a highly skilled special educator. Her courses provide rich examples of issues that can arise and evidence-based strategies for educators to implement. She manages the implementation of the STaR Model across early education, schools and post-school settings. Megan’s approach is to coach and mentor staff to facilitate successful lifelong learning and inclusion for people with disabilities.