Collaborative decision-making resides at the core of effective inclusion models. In this subject participants learn effective practice in the processes of interpersonal, cross-disciplinary, and organisational collaboration and consultation. Practical application of skills in inclusive settings is required. It is assumed that teachers are required to collaborate with a variety of professionals and families.
Capacity is built in collaboration skills, collaborative problem solving, teamwork and evaluation of the collaborative process, all of which involve working with trans-disciplinary teams in the inclusive school. Emphasis is placed on both collaborative process and the capacity of team members to build solutions using evidence-based practice at a whole-of-organisation level.
School of Teacher Education
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