Conference Presentations

 

Bortoli, A., & Sidoti, N. (2017). A personalized walk with Baltara School. AASE Conference – Darwin Convention Centre.

Bortoli, A. (2015). “There is hope!” Using Structured Functional Independence in the Home. APAC Conference: Brisbane

Bortoli, A. (2014). Addressing Behaviour in Early Childhood. Early Childhood Conference, Melbourne.

Bortoli, A., et al.  (2013). Structured Teaching: The way forward for students with ASD. IAFOR Conference: Osaka.

Bortoli, A. (2012). Addressing PICA behavior: A Case Study. ASEPA Conference, Freemantle

Brown, M., Byrnes, L. & Bortoli, A. (2010). The Young Learner’s Project. Presentation at Australian Early Childhood Research Conference: Monash University.

Bortoli, A. (2008). Transition portfolios and children with ASD. Paper presented at APERA Conference, Singapore.

Bortoli, A. (2008). Differentiation and the Learning Different Student. A focus on ADHD. Paper presented at APERA Conference, Singapore.

Bortoli, A. (1998).  The attention skills of children with an intellectual disability and children with a hearing impairment.  Paper presented at the Annual Postgraduate Conference, University of Melbourne, Australia, December.

Bortoli, A. (1999).  The social attention skills of children with disabilities.  Paper presented at the Fifteenth State Conference of the NSW Chapter of the Early Childhood Intervention Association, Sydney, Australia, 2-4 September.

Bortoli, A., & Brown, P.M. (2002).  The social attention of children with disabilities during social engagement opportunities.  Paper presented at the AARE Conference, Brisbane, Australia 1-5 December.

Brown, P.M. & Bortoli, A. (2006). Social Capacities of preschoolers with hearing loss in the inclusive setting. Paper presented at the Gistal Conference: Barcelona.

 

 

 

 

 Keynote Speaker

Bortoli, A. (2017). Unravelling the Puzzle to Disorganised Behaviour: Maintaining the Dialogue between Parents and Educators. Early Years Conference – Moreland City Council. (Keynote and Workshops)

Bortoli, A., (2016). Organising the Disorganised Child: Addressing Executive Function. Catholic Education Office: Toowoomba.

Bortoli, A., (2015). Organising the Disorganised Child: Addressing Executive Function. Catholic Education Office: Brisbane.

Bortoli, A. (2011). Common sense approaches to dealing with ADHD. CEO Eastern Region Network Conference.

Bortoli. A. (2013). Challenging Behaviour: Why? CEO Eastern Region Network Conference.

Bortoli. A. (2013). Students with ASD and ID: Differentiating learning opportunities in the regular setting. Professional Development Program: Catholic Education Office, Melbourne.

Bortoli. A. (2015) Addressing the Sensory Needs of Children with ASD in the Home. Knox City Council and Booroondara Council.

Bortoli, A. (2005). Attention and Social Competence: A Look at Attention from a Social Perspective. Successful Learning Conference, University of Sydney, Faculty of Education and Social Work. June 27-28.

Bortoli, A. (2004).  Using MAPS: Hearing all the voices.  Symposium on Early Intervention. Enhancing Capabilities, Competence and Collaboration. Singapore: September 6-7.

Bortoli, A. (2004). Working with Families of Children with Special Needs. Symposium on Early Intervention. Enhancing Capabilities, Competence and Collaboration. Singapore: September 6-7.

Bortoli, A. (2004). Multi-disciplinary approach to early intervention: Emerging trends and roles of the professionals.  The role of the early intervention teacher. Symposium on Early Intervention. Enhancing Capabilities, Competence and Collaboration. Singapore: September 6-7.

Bortoli, A. (2004).  Partnerships in Learning. The role of parents. Symposium on Early Intervention. Enhancing Capabilities, Competence and Collaboration. Singapore: September 6-7.

Bortoli, A (2004).  Enhancing Capabilities, Competence and Collaboration: Report to Ministry of Community Development, Youth and Sports. Singapore Symposium on Early Intervention, September 6-7.