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  • 1. An Introduction to the Initiatives of the Ministry of Education, Special Education and their Relevance to RTLB Domain 1 – Book 3 – Chapter 3
  • 2.
    • Topics
    • How Special Education works
    • Existing services and supports for students presenting with behaviour difficulties
    • Positive Behaviour for Learning Action Plan
    • Success for All: Every School, Every Child
  • 3. How Special Education Works
  • 4. Existing services and supports (behaviour)
    • Behaviour Support Service
    • Residential Behaviour Schools
    • High and Complex Needs
    • Interim Response Fund
    • Social Workers in Schools
    • Strengthening Families
    • Youth Offending Strategy
  • 5. Positive Behaviour for Learning Action Plan
    • Launched in 2009: A five year plan with five core components
    • Incredible Years: Parent
    • Incredible Years: Teacher
    • School Wide
    • Behaviour Crisis Response
    • Intensive Wraparound Service
  • 6. Review of Special Education
    • More choice, better quality, focus on outcomes, and value for money
    • Emphasis (but not exclusively) on high and very high needs school aged children
    • Public and school sector submissions (over 2000 received)
    • Targeted developments to build on what is working well and by improving what is not.
  • 7. Success for All: Every School, Every Child
    • The vision: To create a fully inclusive education system of confident schools, confident children, and confident parents.
    • Key Changes:
        • More inclusive education system
        • Additional services
        • Delivering on the plan - accountability
        • Higher quality teaching
        • Better use of resources
        • More support in difficult times
        • Better coordination among agencies

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