With a focus on inclusion and promoting positive behaviour and learning, this specialisation is ideal for building an understanding of the learning and support needs of children and young people with disabilities enrolled in educational settings.
Intended learning outcomes
On completion of the Master of Learning Intervention, graduates should be able to:
- Translate knowledge and understanding of contemporary intervention theory and practice for students with disabilities, learning difficulties, and those who are deaf or hard of hearing.
- Apply evidence-based decision-making principles to assess, plan, monitor and evaluate interventions drawing on multiple sources of data including research, stakeholder voice and professional expertise.
- Exhibit skills to implement effective interventions that are context specific, naturalistic and culturally responsive.
- Explain and justify professional decision-making to a variety of audiences using the analysis and interpretation of assessment and intervention data.
- Administer and interpret standardised/formal and informal assessments relevant to understanding the needs of learners with disability.
- Plan and execute a substantial project investigating issues relating to learning intervention.
- Investigate a range of strategies for collaborating with colleagues, caregivers, external professionals and the wider community.
Last updated: 28 November 2022