You are invited to two NESA workshops.
Mainstream teachers will benefit from this one-day workshop by gaining a deeper understanding of the characteristics and learning needs of students with vision loss.
Mainstream teachers will benefit from this one-day workshop by gaining a deeper understanding of the characteristics and learning needs of students who are Deaf or Hard of Hearing.
In this session, Dr. Wolffe will describe the importance and need for structured social skills learning for children and youth who are blind or partially sighted. Socialization is a key element in an individual’s physical and mental health.
This two day course is delivered through a mixed mode of delivery. It includes two days face to face, in between session course work and viewing some webinars.
This course is intended to provide participants with the skills and knowledge required to assist in supporting Deaf and Hard of Hearing students in the learning environment. This course is split across two separate dates: Day 1 – Wednesday 1 April, and Day 2 – Wednesday 10 June.
This interactive course provides participants with an opportunity to build on the foundations that they learned in Auslan 1
This assessment is offered to those participants that have completed the Auslan 2 course. The assessment is a practical and takes up to one hour to complete with an external assessor.
Many times children who are deaf who have additional special needs are the enigma of our profession. Some educators refuse to work with children who have complex needs and many schools are reluctant to accept children who have special needs into their classrooms.
This training will introduce and examine the Developmental, Individual difference, Relationship-based (DIR) model, which is an established and recognized framework to understand a child’s development that was developed by Dr. Stanley Greenspan.