‘Playing with Words’ Immersion course
Up to 22 immersion courses are planned for 2013.
The purpose of Immersion courses is to bring learners with a similar teaching need together to gain skills and knowledge in areas of the regular and expanded core curriculum.
They may also focus on the needs of parents or in some cases bring both learners and parents together to support improved outcomes for learners. Continue Reading →
Assistive technology provides vital tools that support learning, and helps fulfil the expectation that all learners have full access to the curriculum. Examples of assistive technology include:
• sloping desktops for learners with low vision
• laptops with braille access for learners who are blind
• switch-activated toys for children with vision impairment and other disabilities
• monoculars to help learners access written material on the board and keep up with their peers
• laptop computers with large print displays, which enable learners with low vision to take notes in class and complete assignments at home in the same time frame as their peers. Continue Reading →