Hi Everyone, below is a video of my talk on the topic of autism in the classroom which was presented at the 2018 National Future Schools Conference in Melbourne. I apologise for the quality of the video however, we had technical difficulties with connecting to the venue's Wi-Fi. [wpvideo dnJEK9zx]
Missed my round table session on the topic of autism in the classroom? Don't worry as Tomorrow I will be speaking on the Expo Main Stage on the same topic at 1:40pm this is a free talk so anyone can attend. For those who unfortunately can't make it I will also be live streaming my talk on my Facebook page.
Join educators, Parents, Scout leaders and youth workers from across South West Victoria at Brauer College in Warrnambool to discover new ways to better include autistic students in group activities. The day will feature talks from students, parents, teachers, and professionals in the field of autism. There will also be a unique opportunity to converse with a student panel featuring young people from across the South West region and discover their perspective on classroom interaction as they have experienced it. Registrations close Tonight at 11:59pm so be quick and we look forward to seeing you there. For more information and to register head to: www.brycepaceautismadvocate.com/events and this morning does provide three hours of PD with a certificate being sent out within a week of the event. you must register before time runs out to attend this event.
Are you a teacher looking for an interesting and unique event to fill you Professional Development for 2018? Then Awetism Classroom could be the event for you. Join fellow educators from across South West Victoria at Brauer College in Warrnambool to discover new ways to better include autistic students in classroom activities. The day will feature talks from students, parents, teachers and professionals in the field of autism. There will also be a unique opportunity to converse with a student panel featuring young people from across the South West region and discover their perspective on classroom interaction as they have experienced it. for more information and to register visit: www.brycepaceautismadvocate.wordpress.com/events
I am pleased to announce that I won the emerging leader category at the 2017 Victorian Disability Awards. These awards celebrate all the hard work that people do in advocating and providing services for people of different abilities in Victoria. I would like to take this opportunity to thank Victorian Student Representative Council for Nominating me for this award and everyone for your support over the past year. I would also like to thank the other finalists and nominees for the work you do to insure Victoria is inclusive for people of all abilities. These awards are not the end though as there is still a lot of work to do so let's get out there and make this world a better place.Thanks Bryce Pace
Don't forget to tune in to Q&A at 9:35pm on ABC Tonight for student voices centre stage! Yes you heard correctly students are taking over the studio for Q&A's first high school special. I along with other students from all over Victoria will be asking and debating the questions that matter most to high school students.http://www.abc.net.au/tv/qanda/coming_up.htm
I am pleased to announce that I am a finalist for the 2017 Victorian Disability Awards. I would like to take this opportunity to thank everyone for your support and to thank the Victorian Student Representative Council for nominating me for this award. I would also like to thank Chris Varney (CEO of The I CAN Network) and Anna Gage (SRC Liaison Teacher at Brauer College) for recommending me. You can see the list of all the finalists by following the link below and be sure to keep an eye out for the results of the awards. https://www.dhhs.vic.gov.au/2017-victorian-disability-award…Thanks Bryce Pace Autism Advocate, Blogger, Speake
I have exciting news to share with you all. This Saturday, June 24th at 3:00 pm AEST I will be holding my first live Q&A Stream on my Youtube channel. If you are interested and want to make sure your question gets answered, please feel free to write a comment. I will try to answer everyone’s questions. You can Find my YouTube channel at. https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCjXnUd-FoQ-urisR_UqfSMA. See you Saturday
Autism Advocate, Blogger, Speaker
Hi all this is just a quick post relating to a question I was asked today regarding my talks. I am available to speak to schools. Some of the topics I can speak on are:My I CAN Story
I talk about some of the challenges I have faced as an autistic person and how I got to where I am today. I recommend this talk if you are looking to inspire and motivate your students or guests. Student Voice
I talk about what student voice is and how to have your voice heard. The Rethink On Autism
In this talk I explain what the rethink of autism looks like and why we need it. I have to warn you that this talk contains the topics of suicide and bullying. If you are interested in inviting me to talk whether it be at an event or to a class of students please feel free to contact me for a quote.
Mobile: 04 4771 9496
You can also message me via Facebook, twitter, LinkedIn and on my website www.brycepaceautismadvocate.wordpress.com
I look forward to working with you
Autism Advocate, Blogger, Speaker
Today I had the pleasure of being on a panel at the Southwest Principal Regional Conference. I would like to thank the organisers of this wonderful event and would especially like to thank the other students who were on the student voice and agency panel with me. You represented students views very well. I would also like thank all who attended the conference for being so open to students opinions'. I would like to finish by welcoming everyone who is new here.Thanks Bryce Pace
Are you looking for a speaker who can motivate and inspire? I am now available to speak at events on topics such as Student Voice and The Rethink on Autism. To find out more please visit: www.brycepaceautismadvocate.wordpress.com/about/services or contact me at Bryce.firstname.lastname@example.org. I look forward to working with you.