Inclusive Classrooms professional learning program supports school staff to strengthen their capability to implement inclusive practice by providing a suite of high-quality professional learning courses.
Courses have been co-designed by the Department of Education in partnership with national and state peak bodies.
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Inclusive Classrooms is designed specifically for Victorian government school staff. As components of the courses focus on student assessment, goal setting and program planning, Education Support staff are required to participate alongside a teacher from their school.
Facilitator-led blended learning courses are undertaken over 8 weeks. Accelerated courses undertaken over 2 weeks for those with relevant prior learning are also available.
- self-paced online modules
- opportunities to collaborate with others in online discussions and reflect on your own learning
- two facilitated 1.5 hour face-to-face or virtual conferencing sessions (after school hours)
- assignments to ensure learning is meaningful and applied
Successful completion of an Inclusive Classrooms course provides eligibility to claim 20 hours professional learning contributing to relevant association registration requirements.
Inclusive Classrooms Professional Learning Catalogue
For more information on Inclusive Classrooms courses, including intake dates and contact information, view the Inclusive Classrooms Professional Learning Catalogue.