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Australian Government Department of Education and Training, 2015
The United Nations Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities (2008) is a global effort to promote the equal and active participation of all people with disability. Australia ratified this convention, which means that it is committed to promoting, protecting, and ensuring that people with disability are given full equality under the…
Descriptors: Disabilities, Academic Standards, Individualized Instruction, Civil Rights Legislation
Smith, Peter; Dalton, Jennifer – National Centre for Vocational Education Research (NCVER), 2005
This booklet, part of the "Getting to Grips with..." series, gives teachers and trainers in vocational education and training some easily digestible information about learning styles. It provides practical tips on how to identify students' learning styles, and how to respond to individuals and groups based on their preferred methods of…
Descriptors: Teaching Methods, Vocational Education, Cognitive Style, Learning Theories
Owen, John M.; Johnson, Neville J. – 1987
The Mathematics Curriculum and Teaching Program (MCTP) is a joint initiative of the Curriculum Development Centre and the Directors of Curriculum of the States and Territories of Australia. The program seeks to improve the teaching of mathematics in grades K-10. This manual contains guidelines for people who have a responsibility for the…
Descriptors: Curriculum Development, Elementary School Mathematics, Foreign Countries, Inservice Teacher Education
Fien, John – 1989
Connotations for the word "environment" have increased to include a wide range of meanings. It has become a political force with candidates of most major parties being very conscious of what is referred to as the "environment vote." In the classroom and society, "environment" is a controversial issue. For example, at…
Descriptors: Biological Sciences, Case Studies, College Science, Curriculum Development
Brennan, Mark; Brennan, Roslin – 1994
The Cleartalk project was developed in New South Wales (Australia) to help police respond to the communication needs of people with intellectual disabilities. Section 1 presents "The View from the Street: A Working Knowledge of Intellectual Disability," which discusses how individuals with intellectual disabilities are denied their right…
Descriptors: Civil Rights, Communication Problems, Communication Skills, Foreign Countries