Capturing and Assessing the Experience of Experiential Learning: Understanding Teaching and Learning in a Behaviourally Challenging Context

Lee, C, Qi, J and Rooney, P 2015, Capturing and Assessing the Experience of Experiential Learning: Understanding Teaching and Learning in a Behaviourally Challenging Context, Western Sydney University, Penrith, Australia


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Title of report Capturing and Assessing the Experience of Experiential Learning: Understanding Teaching and Learning in a Behaviourally Challenging Context
Author(s) Lee, C
Qi, J
Rooney, P
Year of publication 2015
Publisher Western Sydney University
Place of publication Penrith, Australia
Subjects Secondary Education
Abstract/Summary Our project examines the application of an integrated curriculum through experiential learning in Lomandra School in NSW. A small and tight-knit special school1 , Lomandra School caters to students from Stages 3 to 6 who experience emotional, social and behavioural difficulties (ESBD). Lomandra School has the highest enrolment rate among special schools in western and south-western Sydney. A team teaching approach applies to every class, each having up to ten students. All teaching teams, with a teacher and a School Learning Support Officer (SLSO), teach and facilitate learning across all curricular areas.
Commissioning body Lomandra School NSW
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