The Supporting Students with ADHD in K-6 course is designed to support teachers to:
- develop an understanding of the wide range of characteristics of students with Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD);
- explore a range of strategies which address the needs of students with ADHD in the areas of language and cognitive development, communication skills and social behaviour;
- develop specific strategies to help students with ADHD access the curriculum, and
- develop an understanding for the need for explicit instruction in the essential components of literacy in every classroom every day.
Surry Hills (Term 3)
Wednesday 11 September 2024
23-33 Mary St, Surry Hills, NSW 2010
Online (Term 4)
Tuesday 19 November 2024
Dr Rose Dixon
Dr Roselyn Dixon has been a special education teacher in both mainstream and special education settings in primary and secondary schools. Rose has been in academia and involved with Inclusive Education for more than 25 years. She has published research in the fields of social skills and behavioural interventions for people with a range of disabilities including students with Oppositional Defiance Disorders and Autism.
She has been actively involved in examining the relationship between digital technologies and pedagogy in special education and inclusive classrooms for students with Autism as well as the implications of the NDIS on people with disabilities in rural and remote communities. Rose is an Honorary Associate Professor at the School of Education, University of Wollongong, where she was previously the Academic Director of Inclusive and Special Education. She continues to support doctoral students in Inclusive and Special education with a focus on Autism.
Special Education teachers
Learning and Support Teachers
$220 (Federation members only)