Strategies to promote inclusion

Inclusion web

Understanding and being able to provide for children's needs are vital skills in our role to promote Belonging, Being and Becoming for all children. In this workshop we explore the benefits and challenges of supporting inclusion of all children. The understanding that diversity and inclusion contribute to the richness of children's experiences and to the richness of our society enables us to respect similarities and differences.

This workshop will inspire you to provide opportunities for children to appreciate and learn about diversity, inclusion and fairness. You will:

  • identify barriers to learning
  • overview additional support needs
  • explore ways to work in partnerships focusing on the range of a child's abilities and needs
  • use a case study of a child with Autism to develop a plan and implement strategies to support his needs and abilities. 

Workshop facilitator: Andrea Isitt

Professional Learning Details

Professional Learning Date 13-07-2020 9:00am
Professional Learning End Date 13-07-2020 2:00pm
Capacity 24
Available place 11
Individual Price $145.00
North Lakes Hotel Conference & Function Centre
22 Lakefield Drive North Lakes, QLD 4509 Australia
North Lakes Hotel Conference & Function Centre
$145.00 11

“You really cannot describe the passion and love that the trainers at First Door have. The well-constructed workshops provide students with specific up-to-date skills, knowledge and inspiration necessary for successful practice and employment in the child care industry." 

Behaviour Rethink eLearning course endorsement

I wanted to share my excitement about the unique opportunity provided by your Behavior Rethink eLearning course. While this immersive program empowers educators to offer their best, aligned with The Early Years Learning Framework for Australia, the multi-faceted ways in which First Door offers this learning will clearly enable each child to flourish—as well as every educator.

The ways in which pedagogy and practice are woven throughout these exceptionally thoughtful videos, visuals and reproducibles enables educators and their teams to weave best practices into every moment of respectful relationship with the children in their care and with each other.

I am grateful to have experienced this inspiring course and would highly recommend it to all educational professionals across Australia, in every country, and in the U.S., in every state."
| Shelley A. Stravitz, Ed.D, Educational Leadership for Change