Category: Student Voice

Spectrospective 2018 Film

Hi everyone and once again Happy World Autism Awareness Day, I hope your day has been great so far. For those of you who unfortunately could not watch the Spectrospective film on the big screen, you can watch the full film and everyone’s individual video submission by heading to: http://spectrospective.com.au/video-gallery/ You can also view my full video submission to Spectrospective by heading to: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=W4XQ8M4JaGU

Exciting News

Due to countless people recommending I write a book I have decided to do just that however, I am no author hence this post today, in order to make this project a reality I will need to hire what is called a ghostwriter. If you are interested in helping make this project a reality head to www.gofundme.com/an-awetistic-journey and be sure to share this with your family … Read More Exciting News

Registrations close Tonight!

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 … Read More Registrations close Tonight!

1 Day Left

There is only one day left to buy tickets for Awetism Classroom! get your tickets today by heading to https://www.eventbrite.com.au/e/awetism-classroom-tickets-41930259535?aff=es2

10 Days Left!

Registration for Awetism Classroom Closes in 10 days! make sure you register your spot at this exciting and unique event today by heading to: https://www.eventbrite.com.au/e/awetism-classroom-tickets-41930259535?aff=es2

Thanks National Disability coordination project

I would like to take this opportunity to thank the national Disability coordination project for supporting the Awetism Classroom Professional Development Day. Without their support, this unique event would not be possible. There are only 16 days left to register so be sure to reserve your spot before it’s too late by heading to my website www.brycepaceautismadvocate.com/events

17 Days Left to Register

Registrations close in 17days! Be sure to reserve your spot before it’s too late by heading to www.brycepaceautismadvocate.com/events

IMPORTANT UPDATE

Due to personal reasons one of the speakers has had to withdraw see below for more information. 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 … Read More IMPORTANT UPDATE

Do you know a student on the autism spectrum who is interested in making a positive difference to Autistic Students’ education?

Do you know a student on the autism spectrum who is interested in making a positive difference to Autistic Students’ education? well I have the opportunity for you. On the 20th of March 2018 there will be a Professional Development Day for Teachers in South West Victoria and am looking for 3 keen students to be on a student panel. They will be joined … Read More Do you know a student on the autism spectrum who is interested in making a positive difference to Autistic Students’ education?

Awetism Classroom

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 … Read More Awetism Classroom

Life after school

A little while ago I was interviewed by the ABC for an article about life after year 12 make sure you check it out.”I hid my autism diagnosis for four years – I felt ashamed of being different. When you go from primary school to secondary school you have to re-build everything from scratch, and change isn’t our strong suit, and being social isn’t … Read More Life after school

It is Time to Change

People wonder why parents are scared to send their autistic child to a mainstream school. This is a good example of why.. Schools are not treating students equally and prefer to abuse students on the spectrum rather than teach them. Please read and share this so that we can make people aware of what is happening inside Australia’s schools. It is time to change … Read More It is Time to Change