Join us for the Inclusive Classroom webinar series

5 Dec 2022

Registrations for this event have now closed. 

inclusionED hosted a series of free webinars in Term 1, 2023 called The Inclusive Classroom!

Find the recordings of all these webinars at

Get set to learn more about some fascinating and important topics around inclusive education, including:

Anxiety in the classroom

Thursday, 2 February 2023, 5-6pm AEST (6-7pm AEDT)

Easy strategies for teachers to support students in recognising and managing anxiety.


Assoc Prof Dawn Adams (Griffith University), Kathryn Ambrose (Griffith University) and Jac den Houting (Macquarie University)

Neurodiversity in the classroom

Wednesday, 8 February 2023, 5-6pm AEST (6-7pm AEDT)

How to best support your neurodivergent students.


Dr Emma Goodall (Positive Partnerships), Trudy Bartlett (Autistic educator, Marsden State High School), and Geraldine Robertson (Education consultant)

Sensory needs

Thursday, 16 February 2023, 5-6pm AEST (6-7pm AEDT)

Understanding sensory avoidance and sensory seeking behaviours, plus hypo- and hyper-sensitivities to the environment.


Assoc Prof Wayne Wilson (UQ) and Ainslie Robinson (Aspect)

Foundation practices for early career teachers

Wednesday, 22 February 2023, 5-6pm AEST (6-7pm AEDT)

For both primary and secondary school teachers.


Libby Salles and Nicole Torres (Autism CRC)

Positively engaging families

Wednesday, 8 March 2023, 5-6pm AEST (6-7pm AEDT)

How to establish effective communication between home and school.


Rebecca Wahlsten (Positive Partnerships) and Amanda Porter (Autistic consultant)

Find the recordings of all these webinars at


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The platform provides evidence-based and research-informed teaching practices, videos, printable templates and other resources, designed to support diverse learners in inclusive classrooms. Underpinned by the principles of Universal Design for Learning, inclusionED supports flexible approaches that can be customised for personalised student learning.

inclusionED was developed to translate research findings from Autism CRC’s School Years Program into usable teaching practices for today’s classrooms.

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