This two day conference provides an opportunity for educators and related specialists to come together to share and discuss the education of children and students with vision loss. Presentations will focus on curriculum, pedagogy, assessment, access and a range of issues related to student support.
Monograph 1 and 2 provide a compendium of perspectives on the broad theme of educational principles and practice in the field of vision impairment in Australia. Monograph 1 focuses on principles, policies and legislation, the visual process and the clinical assessment of visual function, a framework for introducing access technology and optical devices to students with vision impairment and orientation and mobility.
This listing will contain RIDBC Staff’s reflection and review of the recent Round Table Conference 2019.
This listing will contain RIDBC Staff’s reflection and review of the recent Every Child Matters conference.
This is the second monograph in a series providing a compendium of perspectives on the broad theme of educational principles and practice in the field of vision impairment in Australia. The monograph’s purpose is to help readers to better understand current theories and practices in education and health provision for children and young people with vision impairment.
Our students exhibit an enormous range of variables that can influence their educational outcomes. These variables can include: low socio-economic status (income and education), non-English speaking populations (non-speakers of the language of the country in which they reside), and additional disabilities including cognitive/neurological and autism. This workshop will provide information about * Identifying and dealing (more…)
This webinar covers: Academic language and why it is important, What can you do to incorporate this within lessons and everyday language, and how this can help
This workshop will provide theoretical knowledge and practical experience to enhance the skills of clinicians working in the rehabilitation of adults who have received cochlear implants.
This listing will contain RIDBC Staff’s reflection and review of the recent X4 Experience Management Summit.
In this session, we will review recent literature and experiments that describe the changing features of oscillatory brain activity during development and in different listening environments. We will discuss how these findings may guide the identification and remediation of children with language-learning difficulties, including children with hearing loss, and the importance of robust environments for fostering language development.