Paper Title: Changes to the Delivery Strategy for inclusive Education: A Case Study of a Training organisation in Melbourne
Authors: Rajiv Gulshan
Abstract: This paper aims to examine how inclusive and tailor made strategies can be adopted to enhance learning and greater learning outcomes for whom English is not the first language. The working environment and the facilities available to the teachers and students are explored to understand the relevance and compliance according to the standards set in the Standards for Education 2005. The flexibility perspective of training package has been explored to enable the educators to understand the benefit both for the students and the trainers. The importance of the professional development has been emphasised especially keeping in mind the diversity in present classrooms. To achieve this vision, it is critical to provide individualised support measures in an environment that maximizes academic and social development, consistent with the goal of full inclusion.
The article is an exploratory research work and mostly secondary data has been used. Many books, unpublished articles, journals, research articles, news papers, magazines, Indian & Australian Government policy white paper and publications were referred. The inductive technique used a case study approach to explore some strategies that can be engaged to enhance learning for this cohort of students.