What is this research study about?
This study aims to understand the experiences of secondary students with disability in the Victorian education setting. AllPlay Learn aims to support inclusivity of school-aged children and youth with disabilities in mainstream and special education settings.
Why should I help?
The findings of this study will be used to support the development of AllPlay Learn practical, online, evidence-based resources for parents/guardians, teachers/educators and children to make education settings more inclusive for children with disability in Australia.
Who can take part?
You are invited to take part in this study if you live in Victoria and you are either currently or have previously been a secondary school student attending mainstream or special education school in Victoria. This includes students with any condition that affects cognitive, developmental (e.g. autism, attention deficit hyperactivity, intellectual disability, learning disorders, communication/language disorders), sensory (hearing or vision), or mobility functions (cerebral palsy), and children who need extra planning for medical reasons.
Who is conducting this study?
This study is funded by a grant from the Department of Education and Training Researchers from Deakin University are running this study.
What will I be asked to do?
You will be asked to complete a 15-minute online survey about your experiences in school.
When and where?
You can complete the survey at any time online at: https://allplaylearn.org.au/get-involved