SINE is a national Network for education professionals seeking to ensure that they support diverse learners in their classrooms and schools by delivering education services in ways that uphold the principles of inclusive education – both as an educational practice and a human right.
The Network provides a closed Facebook group where educators can connect, collaborate and support one another to initiate, develop and strengthen inclusive educational practices within their school communities and their broader education systems.
Featured content from this fortnight:
- Loren shared information about hosting visitors from schools in Adelaide and Brisbane at her base school – Thuringowa SHS. The visitors came to discuss and experience inclusive school reform.
- Loren shared information about a new Future Teachers pilot program in Queensland. Students commence initial teacher education (ITE) in their senior phase of secondary education.
- New content has been added to the Inclusive Curriculum Design and Delivery page of the School Inclusion – From Theory to Practice website.
- Julie Causton has released episode 15 and 16 of her podcast – The Inclusion Podcast.
- Discussion by members on Co-teaching in secondary schools – establishing partnerships, engaging in co-planning, instructional models, achieving parity.
- Sharing practice occurring in schools.