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12-13 May 2022

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The Illume Learning Australian Inclusive Schooling Conference is an unmissable opportunity for those with an interest in and passion for inclusive education. The conference will showcase current research, innovative approaches and strategies to include and engage students with disabilities. 

The event will bring together Australian and international leaders in the field of inclusive education to share informative and engaging presentations on the philosophy, research and practice of inclusive education.

The 2022 Australian Inclusive Schooling Conference aims to provide an exciting, interactive, and inspiring experience for our attendees. The virtual format provides peace of mind by ensuring no interruptions from restrictions to travel or events. It also presents a more cost-effective option for teams wishing to attend together and will provide access to attendees across all parts of Australia. 

In its third year, the Australian Inclusive Schooling Conference has proven to be the standout professional development opportunity for those looking to deepen their understanding of inclusive education, be challenged to think bigger about the potential of students with disabilities, and be inspired to work towards even greater outcomes for all. 

We can't wait for you to join us. 

12TH & 13TH May 2022

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You'll be inspired and motivated to do and be better, to raise your voice, to make changes, to seek to create the very best learning opportunities for all students.


You'll hear from leading experts from across Australia and the world who will share the latest research, theory, and most importantly, practice relating to inclusive education. 


You'll be challenged to question what you think you know, to remain humble and curious, to be open to trying new things, and to learning lessons from those with lived experience. 



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Graeme Innes

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Shelley Moore

Teacher, Researcher, Speaker, Storyteller

Board Director, Human Rights Activist, Lawyer, Public Speaker

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Carly Findlay

Award-winning Writer, Speaker, Appearance Advocate

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Katie Novak

Education Consultant, Author, Speaker 

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Marilyn Friend

Teacher, Public Speaker, Scholar, Author


We can't wait to share!



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12th & 13th May 2022