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NCCD School Students with Disability 2014

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Laura Douglas

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Nationally Consistent Collection of Data School Students with Disability 2014
•National, state and territory governments have agreed to work together to implement an annual nationally consistent collection of data on school students with disability.

The data collection will provide an annual national snapshot of all students with disability across all schools in Australia and the adjustments that they are receiving consistent with obligations under the Disability Discrimination Act 1992 (the DDA) and Disability Standards for Education 2005.
Determining the Broad Category of Disability
CASE STUDIES
BYOT Tools?
classroom
hallway
chapel
Read the BYOT Handbook
Read the Student Parent Agreement
Sign & Return
the
Student/Parent Contract
to
Homeroom teacher
Read
the
BYOT
Student/Parent
Agreement
Documented Evidence
BHPS Wednesday 18th June
Professional Teaching
Standards (2012)
The Module...
What can we take out of the online learning module?

RATIONALE...
Let's Start!
SO WHAT DOES THIS MEAN FOR US?
The NCCD is particularly relevant to the legal obligations we must follow as staff members of an Australian school.
Significantly improve the knowledge and understanding of Standards across all schools. The national data collection will promote this and is modelled directly to the obligations under the DDA and the Standards.
AIM
What we have to do!
THE STEPS...
Schools are asked to consider four adjustment categories:
no adjustment at this time
supplementary
substantial
AND
extensive levels of adjustment.
Determining which students are being provided with an adjustment to address a disability as defined by the DDA
Determining the level of adjustment
Level of Adjustment
Provided to
the Student
Look at handout (four columns)
Think about the level of adjustment...
physical
cognitive
sensory
social/emotional
Category...
Let's look at what evidence
we have at Bruns...

Now the DATA!
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