Inclusive education: Core concepts and essential knowledge

Gain essential knowledge to make inclusive education work for all children and young people.
QUT EX course facilitator

Your expert facilitators Professor Linda Graham & Ms Haley Tancredi

Linda J. Graham is a Professor in the School of Early Childhood and Inclusive Education. Her research interests concern the role of education policy and schooling practices in the development of disruptive student behaviour and the improvement of responses to children with language and behavioural difficulties. Click here for more information on Linda J. Graham.

Ms Haley Tancredi is a doctoral candidate and sessional academic at QUT and an experienced educational speech pathologist. Her PhD research will investigate the impact of teachers’ use of inclusive pedagogical practices on the classroom experiences, engagement and learning outcomes of students with language and attentional difficulties in Year 10 classrooms. Haley’s research and clinical interests are student voice, adolescents with language and learning disorders and professional collaboration in inclusive classrooms. Haley is a co-convenor of the AARE Inclusive Education Special Interest Group.

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For more information about the course, contact Faculty of Education - Professional Development. For registration or payments queries, contact the team at QUTeX.