This IRU discussion paper makes the case for a coherent tertiary education system that ensures each person has the opportunity and incentive to get the vocational and higher education qualifications, skills and knowledge to which they aspire.
A positive commitment towards inclusive education in Kiribati is emerging and that Australian Aid provided essential advocacy for children with disabilities through direct management of initiatives by the expatriate administered Kiribati Education Facility.
This report details findings of the Curtin University Teaching Innovation funded project Internet of Things (IoT) Education: Implications for Students with Disabilities. This project aimed to provide insight into both the potential risks and benefits of the IoT for tertiary students with disabilities, particularly in...
Equity Student Participation in Australian Higher Education examines trends in higher education undergraduate enrolments in Australia between 2011 and 2016. This six-year period has been a time of marked change in Australian higher education, with the demand-driven system (DDS) increasing overall student numbers, while programs...
Multiple research methods were used to develop options for specialist schools to enhance mainstream school inclusion.
The number of students with disability in Australian higher education have increased rapidly in the last decade, but institutions are often finding it challenging to meet best practice.
Research sponsored by the NCSEHE has uncovered new issues and challenges, as well...
Inaugural Lecture by Professor Roger Slee, University of South Australia School of Education.
'Many will recognise that I have tampered with Frank Zappa's famous declaration of his disdain for jazz during a live recording at The Roxy. In this inaugural lecture I propose to...
Captions can be defined as the text version of speech and other sound in traditional audio visual media such as films, television, DVDs and online videos. Captions are usually provided to enhance audio content and are typically recognised as benefitting two...
This report outlines research from Australia and the UK informing ten 'National Guidelines to Improve Student Outcomes in Online Education'.
This study reports on the design and development processes that pre-service teachers adopted to produce a sensory teaching resource to stimulate interaction, coordination and fine motor skills for students with diverse learning needs.
Central to this paper are pedagogies for social justice and improved engagement of boys in dance within a school located in an area of high socio-economic disadvantage.
This report analyses NAPLAN results, rates of suspension and exclusion, rates of disability and attendance figures to see how well children in out of home care are doing.
Among its key messages, it calls for attention be paid to the circumstances of SA Government...
A combined Policy and Action Research workshop was held in Yogyakarta Indonesia between 13 to 19 January 2016. The workshop brought together key stakeholders from the education and health sectors to articulate a shared vision for inclusion of children with disability at school and to...