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NEW RELEASE Webinar: Supporting Neurodiverse Students

26th Oct 2020
12:30 PM - 01:30 PM
Online, Australia


Understanding the four most common neurodiverse profiles is essential for all educators to enable greater inclusion and understanding.

Neurodiversity can be difficult to identify in the classroom, especially in adult learners who have developed a range of coping and adaptive strategies for learning. These coping behaviours can sometimes be mistaken for a lack of interest.

Knowing the differences, strengths and challenges of the most common neurodiverse profiles is the first step to building inclusive and engaging learning settings.

Participants will gain an understanding of the four most common neurodiverse profiles – dyslexia, dyspraxia, dyscalculia and dysgraphia.


Introductory (new to the topic)

Professional learning aimed at practitioners that have a broad theoretical knowledge and practical experience of training and assessment. 


This webinar is suited for VET teachers, trainers and educators, frontline managers and senior managers.

Topics Covered

  • The four most common neurodiverse profiles: dyslexia, dyspraxia, dyscalculia and dysgraphia.
  • How these neurodiverse profiles may show up in the classroom and be mistaken as personality issues. 


All webinar sessions are held online via Zoom.

Learning Outcomes

  • An understanding of neurodiversity as it presents itself in VET level
  • Strategies for working positively with neurodiverse students to benefit the student and teacher.


Linno Rhodes

Linno has a wealth of experience in adult community education and TAFE having worked in the sectors for several years. Linno is on the Fine Print editorial committee and is the President of VALBEC. In 2018 she was also recognised as an International Specialised Skills Fellow.

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