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Aboriginal Education Policy and PLP's. Part of the Planning My Future project in WSR.

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  • 1. Personalised Learning Plans Working together to achieve future success! WSRAboriginal Education Team
  • 2. Where Personalised Learning Plan originated from in NSW... In 2004, the NSW Government conducted a Review of Aboriginal Education. https://www.det.nsw.edu.au/media/downloads/reviews/aboriginaledu/report/aer2003_04.pdf The review resulted in 71 recommendations being handed down. The development and implementation of Personalised Learning Plans was recommendation #28: 28. That each Aboriginal student have a personalised plan that will be developed by the school in partnership with parents/caregivers and include targets for learning against syllabus outcomes and agreed family support strategies, e.g. home reading strategies, attendance, transition from primary to secondary education. (pg. 200) WSRAboriginal Education Team
  • 3. Personalised Learning Plans 2011 - 2014 These documents outline the most current requirement for PLPs for all DEC schools. WSRAboriginal Education Team
  • 4. Aboriginal Education and Training Strategy 2009 2012
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  • 7. Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Education Action Plan 2010 2014 National Plan NSW Delivery & Action Domain 2: Engagement & Connections WSRAboriginal Education Team
  • 8. Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Education Action Plan 2010 2014 National Plan NSW Delivery & Action Domain 2: Engagement & Connections WSRAboriginal Education Team
  • 9. Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Education Action Plan 2010 2014 National Plan NSW Delivery & Action Domain 2: Engagement & Connections WSRAboriginal Education Team
  • 10. Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Education Action Plan 2010 2014 National Plan NSW Delivery & Action Domain 6: Pathways to real post-school options WSRAboriginal Education Team
  • 11. Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Education Action Plan 2010 2014 National Plan NSW Delivery & Action Domain 6: Pathways to real post-school options WSRAboriginal Education Team
  • 12. Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Education Action Plan 2010 2014 National Plan NSW Delivery & Action Domain 6: Pathways to real post-school options WSRAboriginal Education Team
  • 13. Who should be involved in a students PLP? PLANNING & IMPLEMENTATION SUPPORT EVALUATION DEVELOPMENT PLP Meetings Development of SMART Aboriginal student Assessment of student Targets that are understood Parent/Caregiver or learning against Targets. by the parent/caregiver and Whole school and Significant Other the student. community commitment. Gaining the voice of the Year Advisor whole school and Career Advisor or Communication of SMART Aboriginal community is vital to Transition Advisor Target to all teachers. parents/caregivers enable a quality process. AEO or Norta Norta Creating a digital PLP can Aboriginal students and assist with this process. Aboriginal leaders Tutor parents/caregivers These people may also Aboriginal Education Linking Targets, subject Aboriginal students and need to be included, choices and academic Officer and Workers leaders depending on the students levels to career or further All Teaching Staff individual needs: Aboriginal Education study aspirations. School Counsellor Officer and Workers Student Learning Support Officers HT Welfare Identify areas of All Teaching Staff HT Teaching and responsibility for the Student Learning Learning student, teachers, Support Officers HT Gifted and Talented parent/caregiver. ASLO WSRAboriginal Education Team
  • 14. What do PLPs need to contain and reflect? PLPs need to be strongly connected back to the students career aspirations creating significance in students learning. WSRAboriginal Education Team
  • 15. Parent/Caregiver and Family Involvement in High Schools Orientating the whole family into the school during Year 6 to 7 transition is vital for the development of relationships with new families. Holding frequent Aboriginal (Multicultural for low population schools) parent meetings to inform families about school structures, changes to procedures, school programs and school/DEC policies. Educating parents about the various pathways that are available to students regarding career planning and further study options. Significant Others play an important role in a High School students life. Students may become more engaged if the Significant Other is involved with the PLP development and implementation. WSRAboriginal Education Team
  • 16. Personalised Learning Plan Resources Websites: TaLe Forum: Aboriginal Education, Personalised Learning Plans (WSR) http://taleforum.det.nsw.edu.au/tale/learning/friendlyurl/aeplpwsr Dare to Lead: http://www.daretolead.edu.au DEEWR: Personalised Learning Plans 2011 including case studies http://www.deewr.gov.au/Indigenous/Schooling/Pages/LitNum.aspx DET: Aboriginal Education Policy and support documents http://detwww.det.nsw.edu.au/policies/students/access_equity/aborig_edu/PD200803 85_i.shtml?query=aboriginal What Works: Resources for school staff and community to assist in enhancing community engagement www.whatworks.edu.au MCEECDYA: Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Education Action Plan 2010 2014 www.mceecdya.edu.au/mceecdya/atsieap_action_plan_201014_press_release,3344 4.html WSRAboriginal Education Team
  • 17. Aboriginal Education Team Contacts: Susan Matthews: Quality Teaching (SEO 2) Susan.R.Matthews@det.nsw.edu.au Ph: 8808 4943 Maureen Wenzel: Aboriginal Education Consultant (SEO 1) Maureen.Wenzel@det.nsw.edu.au Ph: 8808 4937 Roz Thomas: Project Officer Rosalyn.Thomas@det.nsw.edu.au Ph: 8808 4913 Aboriginal Community Liaison Officers: Community engagement Sharee.Cook@det.nsw.edu.au Ph: 8808 4935 Kimberley.Matthews4@det.nsw.edu.au Ph: 8808 4938 Craig.Tangye3@det.nsw.edu.au Ph: 8808 4925 WSRAboriginal Education Team