ARPDC Professional Development Resources
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Learning for All

This resource offers information, strategies and references for school leaders and teachers working with students with significant disabilities. This content was collaboratively developed through Learning for All, a one-year community of practice (2014-2015) for district leaders and consultants. The content in this resource is organized around four key themes that emerged from the work of the community of practice: Instructional Planning Peer Supports Rethinking Educational Assistants Transition Planning, with a focus on post school, self-determination, assistive technologies, and communication. This resource is focused on professional development for teachers, districts and schools. It supports a student/classroom connection and Alberta Education program or initiative.

Focus(s):Inclusive Education
Audience(s):Education Assistants, Instructional Leaders, Teachers
Teaching Quality Standards:
  • Establish inclusive learning environments
Principal Leadership Quality Standards:
  • Foster effective relationships
  • Lead learning communities
Keyword(s):Education research, Inclusion, Inclusive, Special needs
Level(s):Elementary, Junior High, Senior High
Date Posted:April 27, 2016