Full course description
Date and time
Thursday 29 July 2020, 1.30 pm to 2.30 pm
Please register for one session only. This session will be repeated on
Monday 20 July, Wednesday 22 July and Monday 27 July
Online – A Zoom link will be provided 24 hours prior to the event
This learning event is right for you if you are responsible for the NCCD in 2020 and would like to share a case study of a student at your school.
Teams of 1-2 from a school (maximum ten schools) are invited to share a case study from their school. Each school attending will be given 5 minutes to share information and receive feedback from the group as to the recommended level of adjustment to be recorded on the NCCD. Schools will be encouraged to share their screens listing the adjustments that they have put into place for the student. Schools will use the chat line to question the presenting school and then all participants will use the chat line to record their recommendation for the level of adjustment. Attending schools will be invited to share their email address with other participants so that further discussions can take place.
Inter-school moderation plays an important part in achieving consistency across the sector in the NCCD.
- feedback from colleagues in other schools
- assistance in decision making in relation to the NCCD
Elspeth Adamson is currently Manager, Student Services at Independent Schools Victoria, where she works in the areas of students with individual needs and student wellbeing, as well as addressing parent concerns about their children’s education. Previously, she was a Head of Campus and Deputy Principal of a Victorian multi-campus Independent school, and a Principal of an international school in India.
Heather Schnagl is a Member of Board of Trustees, the Treasurer at The Invergowrie Foundation and an ISV Ambassador where she is currently working with schools with the NCCD and the COVID19 pandemic. Heather's career is inclusive of a 20-year tenure as the principal of Ivanhoe Girls’ Grammar School, as one of the inaugural council members at the Victorian Institute of Teaching in 2003, a member of various educational councils and associations, including 17 years on the Board of Independent Schools Victoria, and a board member and then Chair of the Ethics Committee at the Peter MacCallum Cancer Institute.
In 2014 Heather was made a Member of the Order of Australia for her services to education as a school principal, and through roles with professional organisations. Heather holds Fellowships from both the Australian College of Educators and Australian Council for Education Administration. She also received the Hedley Beare Educator of the Year in 2010 and was awarded the James Laing Professional Development Award from the Principals Australia Institute in 2012. She received an honorary Doctorate from La Trobe University in recognition of her contribution in the field of education in 2016 and was awarded the Sir James Darling Medal by the Australian College of Educators in 2017 for her outstanding and continued contribution to education in Victoria.