Krystina Barker, Head of Department, Mathematics and e-learning, and John Tabrett, Teacher Physical Education, Bray Park State High School, speak about their preparation for and experience of the 2013 Nationally Consistent Collection of Data on School Students with Disability.
Bray Park State High School is located in Queensland’s North Coast Education Region, north of the Brisbane CBD. The school is coeducational and the students are in years 8–12.
The teachers, Krystina Barker and John Tabrett, speak about how their involvement in the school’s preparation for the Nationally Consistent Collection of Data on School Students with Disability. Krystina outlines some of professional development that the Mathematics staff undertook to enable them to meet their obligations. Other topics covered in this Illustration of Practice include the advantage for students of the data collection; a specific example of an adjustment helping a student learn effectively; working with parents; the advantages for the school of the best practice used in the data collection.
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