Special Education Conference: Building Bridges Among Researchers and Practitioners

When:15 Sep 2014, 9am - 5pm
Venue:AGSM Building, Gate 11, Botany Street, UNSW Kensington Campus
Who:Papers will be presented by over 20 leading special education researchers from Australia, Europe and the United States.
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The University of New South Wales School of Education and the University of Nevada Las Vegas Department of Educational and Clinical Studies are pleased to invite you to participate in the Special Education: Building Bridges Among Researchers and Practitioners Conference that will be held in Sydney, Australia on 15 September, 2014 (Presenters will be participating in a 2nd day consisting of school visits and sessions on funding, collaboration, and publication on 16 September).

This will be a fantastic opportunity to see and hear international research translated into useable practice for educators. Papers will be presented by over 20 leading special education researchers from Australia, Europe and the United States.

The conference will be held at the University of New South Wales in the Kensington suburb of Sydney. An AUD$200 registration fee will be required to cover the costs of rooms, equipment and catering. Payment can be made by following the link below. If needed, hotel accommodation can be booked in connection with the conference at your choice of the following hotels:

Crowne Plaza Hotel, Coogee
http://www.crowneplazacoogee.com.au

Adina Serviced Apartments, Coogee
http://www.adinahotels.com.au/adina-apartment-hotel-coogee/hotel

In order to receive the conference rates, reservations must be made through STA Travel (unswedu@branch.statravel.com.au). Just quote the name of the conference in your email.

Thank you for considering our invitation to join us at UNSW. We believe that this opportunity will afford all involved a great opportunity to share important information concerning working with children and youth with disabilities. The time is indeed ripe to build global bridges as we seek appropriate evidence-based practices in special education.

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For any further information relating to the conference, please email Dr Terry Cumming (t.cumming@unsw.edu.au)

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