Resource Category
Education

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  • Education

    This animation was developed to speak to children about inclusion and being different and yet being the same.

  • Education

    A short video showcasing the difference between integration, perceived inclusion and true inclusion in a classroom environment.

  • Education

    How to best support students with Down syndrome upon their return to school. This webinar is for Teachers, Parents and anyone else supporting students when returning after Learning@Home due to COVID-19.

  • Education

    This free webinar will outline Education Queensland's current stance on Inclusive Education and the implications that this can bring to a mainstream classroom. There will be practical examples of what inclusive education is and is not with anecdotes and real-life experiences.

  • Education

    This free webinar will give details of different communication methods that can be explored with individuals who are non-verbal or limited in their verbal capacity. It will also show visuals that can be used to assist a person to express their wants, needs and desires.

  • Education

    This webinar, aimed at educators, gives strategies and ideas to assist in making the transition to and around primary school as smooth as possible.

  • Education

    This webinar, aimed at educators, gives strategies and ideas to assist in making the transition to and around secondary school as smooth as possible. With access to free downloads, visuals and other considerations.

  • Education

    This help sheet offers tips and advice for parents who are supporting their child with Down syndrome to learn at home.

  • Education

    The Education Toolkit contains resources for educators, families and people with Down syndrome to promote inclusive education and participation.

  • Reading our Way

    Apr 2020
    Education

    Reading Our Way is a reading program from DSQ that has been designed to teach early reading and word recognition to both children and adults.

  • Education

    This guide was developed by Down Syndrome Victoria to help families work through the decisions about schooling and getting ready for school.

  • Education

    Transition to Secondary School was developed by Down Syndrome Victoria to help families with transition to high school for children with Down syndrome.