Resources and Advisory for Schools – Students with Disabilities (RAS-SWD)
Inclusion Works! provides resources and advice to subscribing schools for inclusion of children with disabilities and additional needs. Resources are available for use in classrooms to support teachers goals for students and to enable an inclusive environment. Resources have been developed in line with the National Curriculum and come with information sheets which assist in extending the resources to continue development and learning outcomes. There are a wide range of cause and effect resources as well as switches to develop skills for children to use computers and other technology for future educational activities. The resources include professional educator resources for teachers to learn more about harnessing a child’s abilities and suggestions on planning education programs for students.
All schools can access resources and advice via an Inclusion Library subscription.
RAS-SWD is supported by the Queensland Government, Department of Education.
An Inclusion Library subscription is for a period of twelve months and is an effective way to support the professional development of teachers as they develop and grow their skills.SIGN UP NOW
For more information on becoming a member
Phone: 1300 497 437
Who can Borrow?
Early Education and Care Services, schools, practitioners and allied support services are able to borrow resources through a subscription. Contact us on 1300 497 437 or firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
To borrow and reserve items you need to be a member or subscriber and have a username and password.
If you need advice to help you identify suitable items for your needs, you can email or call our team at the library during our standard business hours.
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The standard loan period will be 6 weeks with a renewal period of 4 weeks (renewal of items for further 4 weeks can only occur if items are not on a reserve list).
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