This session will combine both the General Information Session plus a Moderation Component.
The Federal and State Ministers for Education have agreed to the Nationally Consistent Collection of Data model on School Students with Disability (NCCD). This data collection commenced in 2013 in a phased implementation approach, with full implementation by all Australian schools in 2015. This information session is specifically for key staff (Principals, Deputy Principals, Teachers, Bursars and Learning Support Coordinators). At the briefings we will cover the following: - Background to the NCCD model - Expectations of the Disability Loading under the National Plan for School Improvement - Nationally Consistent Collection of Data Model * Levels of adjustment and Disability Categories - How to decide categories and levels of adjustments - Collecting evidence and documentation - Confidentiality of information - Funding allocation - Accountability Please bring your own device (laptop, iPad etc) to this session as we will be working through the NCCD website.
The Moderation part is designed to give key school personnel an increased level of confidence and consistency when collecting evidence and making decisions about student data for the NCCD. There will be a focus on decision-making for Levels of Adjustment, student inclusion in the NCCD, and collection and types of evidence to support school data. Participants involved are required to complete moderation exercises and are encouraged to bring de-identified information on individual students if they would like support in determining their level of adjustment. Who should attend? Key staff member/s at your school who have previously made (or are likely to in 2022) decisions about which students to include in the NCCD, and the level of adjustment allocated to each student. This may include Learning Support Coordinators, Psychologists, School Leaders, Teachers, or a Moderation Team from a school (which may include these key personnel) etc. If you are involved with students with disabilities at your school, including: collecting evidence, coordinating support, writing Documented Plans (DP), for example Individual Education Plan (IEP) and collating disability data, then you are welcome to attend. The moderation session will consist of - 1. Understanding the Levels of Adjustment 2. Analysing scenarios - to determine Levels of Adjustment 3. Opportunity to network with other schools
Kate Weight(AISWA Staff)
Inclusive Education Consultant
Bronte Paterson(AISWA Staff)
Inclusive Education Consultant
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Date / Time25 May 2022
AISWA Training Room Suite 1
Suite 1, 41 Walters Drive
Osborne Park WA 6017