Sensory Processing Disorder (SPD) is a complicated and challenging problem for many students in the classroom. This issue is often associated with Autism; however, this issue affects many children who have disabilities, but who are also neurotypical.
The impact of SPD can be diminished with evidence-based and practical strategies, which provide students with a safe learning environment (SLE) and less interruption to their learning.
This course will give you the knowledge about how challenging SPD is for many of your students and how to make a significant difference by making changes to your classroom management and routine.
Teachers and support staff
1.6.2 Proficient Level - Know students and how they learn - Strategies to support full participation of students with disability: Design and implement teaching activities that support the participation and learning of students with disability and address relevant policy and legislative requirements
"I am new to classroom teaching and this course was a really helpful as a starter to understand SPD. Many students have SPD to some degree, and the helpful information and strategies in this course will form the basis of my classroom management in the near future."
- Karelle Taylor, Orange Anglican Grammar School
Content quality was excellent from theory to practice. Extremely relevant to teaching today."
- Kirsty Taylor, Randwick Public School