Building the numeracy and information and communication technology capability of students with intellectual disabilities.
Grant number: LP140100163 | Funding period: 2015 - 2018
This project investigates strategies to build numeracy and information and communication technology capability among students with intellectual disabilities. It aims to support teachers in mainstream and special education schools as they plan and monitor personalised instruction for their students. The research combines disciplines of special schools, the state Education Department’s Student Inclusion and Wellbeing Division, and the Assessment Research Centre. The expected outcome is an integrated program of assessment, reporting, curriculum, and instructional advice that promotes inclusive educational practices and seeks to ensure all children have improved opportunities to participate in a..View full description
Related publications (4)
Investigating differential item functioning to validate a thinking skills learning progression for students with intellectual disability and autism spectrum disorder
T Kamei, M Pavlovic
Thinking skills are recognised as vital components of improved academic and life outcomes. This study's purpose was to develop an ..
The assessment and development of digital literacy in students with vision impairment and additional learning needs: preliminary findings from a current PhD study.
EH White, K Woods, S Poed
Digital literacy is a 21st century skill yet many teachers cite difficulty assessing and teaching it. This is problematic for stud..