In this section: Understanding Disability | Specific Disabilities | Working with Students | Teaching and Assessment | Policy and Administration | TEQSA - Guidance Notes: Diversity and Equity | IR Symposium
Students encompass a range of abilities, cultural backgrounds, learning styles and educational needs. Teaching in order to maximise learning for the widest possible array of characteristics present within the student cohort creates an inclusive environment.
Aiming to support the development and implementation of an inclusive educational environment in which students with disability can access, participate and ultimately succeed in postsecondary education. The sections within this area contain up to date information relevant to the Australian context. Including, guidelines for developing and delivering inclusive courses, support strategies for working with students, summaries of guiding legislation and standards and more.