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  1. If you experience any issues in accessing resources, please contact your Senior Learning Advisor (Library) Judith Beach. E: j.beach@latrobe.edu.au.

  2. Learning resources 9 items
    1. Required texts 2 items
      1. Inclusion in action - Phillip Foreman, Michael Arthur-Kelly 2017 (electronic resource)

        Book Required New 5th edition

      2. Inclusion in action - Philip Foreman, Michael Arthur-Kelly 2014 (electronic resource)

        Book Recommended 4th edition. Three users at one time.

    2. Recommended reading 7 items
      1. Maximising learning outcomes in diverse classrooms - Ian Dempsey, Michael Arthur-Kelly 2007

        Book Required

      2. Education for inclusion and diversity - Adrian F. Ashman 2014

        Book Recommended

      3. How to differentiate instruction in mixed ability classrooms - Carol Ann Tomlinson 2001

        Book Recommended Also available in print.

  3. Module 1: Inclusion and exclusion 9 items
    1. Affective learning - a manifesto - Picard, R W, Papert, S, Bender, W, Blumberg, B

      Article Required

    2. Inclusion in action - Philip Foreman, Michael Arthur-Kelly 2014

      Book Required Read chapter 3: Practising successful inclusion.

  4. Module 2: Legislative matters and reasonable adjustments 5 items
  5. Module 3: Diverse learning needs and challenges 7 items
    1. Kids on speed?: Episode 1 of 3 - Radomsky, Marc (Director) 2013

      Audio-visual document Recommended

    2. Kids on speed?: Episode 2 of 3 - Radomsky, Marc (Director) 2013

      Audio-visual document Recommended

    3. Kids on speed?: Episode 3 of 3 - Radomsky, Marc (Director) 2013

      Audio-visual document Recommended

    4. The motivation for very early intervention for infants at high risk for autism spectrum disorders - Sara Jane Webb, Emily J. H. Jones, Jean Kelly, Geraldine Dawson 2014

      Article Required

  6. Module 4: Individual learning plans 6 items
    1. Case studies 6 items
      1. Case study: Jennifer

      2. Teaching students with acquired brain injury: a resource guide for schools - Special Programs Branch, Ministry of Education, British Columbia 2001

        Document Required Jennifer p. 95-101

      3. Case study: Gayle

      4. Case study: Sam

      5. Teaching students with acquired brain injury: a resource guide for schools - Special Programs Branch, Ministry of Education, British Columbia 2001

        Document Required Sam: page 90 - 94

  7. Module 5: The differentiated classroom 11 items
    1. Chapter 10, The how-to's of planning lessons differentiated by learning profile - Carol Ann Tomlinson

      Chapter Recommended Page 47, figure 8.1 shows the "Equalizer Tool"

    2. REACH: A framework for differentiating classroom instruction - Marcia L. Rock, Madeleine Gregg, Edwin Ellis, Robert A. Gable

      Article Recommended

    3. How to differentiate instruction in mixed-ability classrooms - Carol A. Tomlinson

      Book Recommended Read "Understanding the needs of advanced learners" pp. 11-15.

    4. The differentiated classroom: responding to the needs of all learners - Carol Ann Tomlinson 2014

      Book Recommended Sample differentiated poetry exercise on p. 141.

  8. Module 6: Adaptive pedagogies 5 items
    1. Accessibility strategies toolkit for mathematics - Amy Brodesky, Caroline Parker, Elizaebth Murray, Lauren Katzman

      Document Required

    2. Common sticking points about differentiation - Carol Tomlinson, Marcia B AnnImbeau

      Article Recommended