On Demand Webinars

Meet your professional learning needs at a time and place that's convenient for you.

All of the information delivered in our Live Webinars will be available for you to access on demand. (On Demand Webinars exclude live interaction with other participants or the presenter.)

  • Presented by Gail Preston Structured Teaching, a framework to support students with ASD

    AIRED ON
    Thursday Nov 8
    $40.00 (INC GST)

    Structured Teaching is the use of teaching strategies based on understanding how Autism Spectrum Disorder impacts the thinking, learning and behaviour of an individual with ASD.

    This webinar will:

    – Introduce the 5 elements of Structured Teaching

    – Discuss traditional teaching vs structured teaching

  • Presented by Gail Preston Obsessive Compulsive Disorder and Oppositional Defiant Disorder

    AIRED ON
    Wednesday Nov 7
    $40.00 (INC GST)

    While very different disorders, the features of OCD and ODD have major impacts upon the learning environment and the students’ ability to maintain access to the learning environment.

    This webinar will:

    – Review the criteria for diagnosis of OCD and ODD

    – Discuss each area of criteria and how it relates to your students

    – Suggest strategies for day to day management

  • Presented by Gail Preston Developing communication interactions with children who have autism

    AIRED ON
    Thursday Oct 18
    $40.00 (INC GST)

    Children with an autism spectrum disorder may develop communication interactions differently from their peers and undertake these using a variety of modes.

    This webinar will:

    – Look at types of communication

    – How to help a child manage interactions

    – Suggest strategies to assist engagement

  • Presented by Gail Preston Introduction to Specific Learning Disorders Part 1: Dyslexia and Dysgraphia

    AIRED ON
    Tuesday Oct 9
    $40.00 (INC GST)

    Dyslexia, a specific learning disability that affects reading and related language based processing skills and Dysgraphia a specific learning disability that affects a student’s handwriting ability and fine motor skills, can pose significant challenges for a student regarding the day to day demands of learning.

    This webinar will:

    – Provide an overview of dyslexia and dysgraphia

    – Identify the signs and symptoms

    – Provide teaching strategies to support students to engage in learning

  • Presented by Gail Preston Introduction to Specific Learning Disorders Part 2: Dyscalculia & Dyspraxia

    AIRED ON
    Wednesday Oct 17
    $40.00 (INC GST)

    A specific learning disability that affects a student’s ability to understand numbers and learn math facts, Dyscalculia has implications for students across curriculum areas. Dyspraxia, a disorder that is characterised by difficulty in muscle control, which causes problems with movement and coordination, language and speech, can affect learning outcomes.

    This webinar will:

    – Provide an overview of dyscalculia and dyspraxia

    – Identify the signs and symptoms

    – Provide teaching strategies to support students to engage in learning

  • Presented by Gail Preston Intro to Specific Learning Disorders Part 3: Auditory & Language Processing

    AIRED ON
    Thursday Oct 25
    $40.00 (INC GST)

    An Auditory Processing Disorder affects the interpretation of all sounds coming into the brain, while a Language Processing Disorder relates only to the processing of language. Both can have an impact on learning and teachers need to consider these disorders to deliver accessible curriculum.

    This webinar will:

    – Provide an overview of auditory and language processing disorders

    – Identify the signs and symptoms

    – Provide teaching strategies to support curriculum access

  • Presented by Gail Preston Intro to SLD Part 4: Non-Verbal and Visual Perceptual-Motor Deficit

    AIRED ON
    Thursday Nov 1
    $40.00 (INC GST)

    A Non-Verbal Learning Disorder is usually characterised by a significant discrepancy between higher verbal skills and weaker motor, visual-spatial and social skills, while Visual Perceptual / Motor Deficits affect the understanding of information that a student sees, or the ability to draw or copy.

    This webinar will:

    – Provide an overview of Non-Verbal Learning Disability and Visual Perceptual / Motor Deficit

    – Review the signs and symptoms

    – Provide teaching strategies to support curriculum access

  • Presented by Gail Preston The Importance of Play for Young Children

    AIRED ON
    Thursday Oct 11
    $40.00 (INC GST)

    Play has an essential role in children’s learning, it has many elements such as engagement in make-believe, social interaction and the development of early language and problem solving skills.

    This webinar will:

    – Look at how play develops

    – Structured and unstructured play

    – Engaging toddlers and pre-schoolers in play

  • Presented by Gail Preston Global Developmental Delay

    AIRED ON
    Saturday Aug 18
    $40.00 (INC GST)

    There are important developmental milestones for children to achieve in the areas of speech and language, cognition, social functioning, motor skills and daily living activities that assist them to achieve positive outcomes.

    The webinar will:

    – Review the descriptors for diagnosis

    – Discuss the causes

    – Look at areas affected

    – Suggest strategies for support

  • Presented by Gail Preston Supporting students with ASD in the classroom

    AIRED ON
    Monday Aug 20
    $40.00 (INC GST)

    Students with ASD may face learning challenges that require adaptations to learning tasks, the environments and support for social inclusion.

    The webinar will:

    – Discuss the possible areas of difficulty for students with Autism Spectrum Disorder in the classroom

    – Discuss the cognitive constructs that pose challenges for students with ASD

    – Provide strategies to support learning

  • Presented by Gail Preston Theory of Mind and Central Coherence

    AIRED ON
    Thursday Aug 9
    $40.00 (INC GST)

    Theory of Mind and Central Coherence are two cognitive constructs affecting students with ASD that may pose learning challenges.

    The webinar will:

    – Provide you with an understanding of Theory of Mind and Central Coherence

    – Discuss impact on learning

    – Offer strategies to assist

  • Presented by Gail Preston What is Executive Function and why is it important for student learning?

    AIRED ON
    Wednesday Aug 8
    $40.00 (INC GST)

    Executive Function skills help us to manage ourselves throughout the day, if these skills are underdeveloped or impaired it will impact and how individuals function.

    The webinar will:

    – Discuss the elements of executive function

    – Look at what happens when there a problem

    – Identify the skills involved

    – Provide interventions for supporting executive function

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