Wednesday 21st March - Thursday 22nd March 2018



Designed for Principals, classroom teachers, and learning support teachers/ coordinators from mainstreams schools.



As we navigate through an increasingly complex educational environment including the Digital Technologies curriculum and focus on technology, how do you make sure that your school and classrooms are designed to meet the needs of students across a wide range of abilities?

The Inclusive Education Conference brings you leading minds from across the country to discuss different inclusive education models/frameworks, with the vision of creating a ‘school for all’ in mind. utilising technologies and embedding a variety of supports to better inspire, empower and prepare your students for life.

The Inclusive Education Conference is designed to help Principals, K-12 teachers, SENs/ SENCOs and leaders from mainstream schools who are searching for ideas to integrate and support children with learning difficulties and disabilities such as Autism Spectrum Disorders, ADHD, Asperger’s, Auditory Processing Disorder, Behavioural Issues, Dyslexia, Dysgraphia, Dyscalculia, Gifted Children and a variety of others.

Delegates will take away innovative, researched and proven practical ideas that can be easily implemented in the classroom and will significantly upgrade students learning capacities and outcomes. Learn how to harness the potential of existing inclusive frameworks, assistive technologies and explore future possibilities of a completely inclusive school.


Who Should Attend?

  • Principals and Teachers from mainstream schools who are interested in engagement strategies or searching for ideas to assist struggling students
  • Special Ed Needs (SEN) coordinators
  • Learning Support Officers
  • Integrated Studies Officers
  • School Councillors / Psychologists / Therapists


Why Attend?

  • Embrace the latest thinking around building an inclusive education framework

  • Tap  into student empowerment to increase student engagement and inclusion

  • Learn innovative techniques to better involve students with diverse learning needs

  • Utilise t echnology as a teaching tool to significantly improve learning experience and outcomes

  • Learn from educators across the country as well as overseas who have already implemented effective ways to better involve and enable students from challenged background or with learning difficulties or disabilities



  • Student engagement
  • Tech Perspective
  • New research
  • Inclusive by Design
  • Culture and Leadership


Attendance at National FutureSchools Expo counts towards PD/professional learning activities which you can record with your relevant state teacher registration board.




Sir Ken Robinson
Internationally recognised authority in creativity and innovation in education, and New York Times best-selling author

Dr Catherine Ball
Chief Executive Officer
Remote Research Ranges

Dr Kate De Bruin
Lecturer Inclusive Education
Monash University

Dr Chip Kimball
Singapore American School

Alison Venter
Assistant Principal/ Literacy Coach
Lilydale District School

David Roycroft
Oakwood School

Megan Moore
Sinai College

Daniel Pinchas
General Manager - Teaching and School Leadership
Australian Institute for Teaching and School Leadership (AITSL)

Professor Linda J. Graham
Student Engagement, Learning & Behaviour Research Group
Queensland University of Technology

Karina Barley
Lecturer, Inclusive Education
Monash University

Brenda Dalheim 
Head of Learning Support,
Claremont College

Heath Henwood
Master Teacher,
Rockhampton Special School

Dr Ragnar Purje 
Adjunct Lecturer
School of Education and the Arts, Central Queensland University

Murray Geddes 
LOOKOUT Education Support Centre South Eastern Victoria Region

Greig Tardiani
T4L Project Manager - Futures Learning Unit Technology Integrations
NSW Department of Education






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