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Queensland School Autism Reflection Tool

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Known as the QsArt, the Queensland School Autism Reflection Tool has been developed in partnership between the Queensland Department of Education, Autism Hub and the Autism Centre of Excellence at Griffith University.

About QsArt

The QsArt has been developed for Queensland state schools and is designed to support educational leaders, principals, and heads of school or campus to reflect, plan, implement and review processes that support students with autism.

The tool is informed by evidenced-based practices, with each competency linked to Queensland Department of Education, state and federal policy, as well as the National School Improvement Tool.

The QsArt has been designed to align with existing school improvement planning, whereby the whole school is engaged in the development of improvement priorities.

Schools using the tool will set a clear direction for the year, or years ahead, to improve the engagement, retention and academic achievement of students.

All sections are interrelated and underpinned by practices that characterise effective, inclusive learning environments and strategies for students with autism.

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Introduction to QsArt

Before you commence the QsArt, this instructional video will assist you to introduce the tool to your school team.

 

You can also watch this video on YouTube.

Resources and readings

Find helpful resources and readings for each QsArt section:

More information

If you have any specific questions related to the tool, please contact the Autism Hub at AutismHub@qed.qld.gov.au.


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Last updated 24 September 2020