|Presented by:||Shelley Moore|
|December 13, 2018 | 9:30 AM - 3:00 PM|
|Location:||School of Hope-Brady Center|
|5212-Railway Ave, Vermilion, AB|
As Buffalo Trail Public Schools continue to move forward in its quest in developing and implementing optimal inclusive learning opportunities and environments for all students, we must continually challenge ourselves “to think of inclusion not as places of integration but as communities of inclusion” (Kelly Huck, Inside Inclusion - the Council for Inclusive Education). Through the use of “metaphors, stories, perspectives, and learning” (Leyton Schnellert, PHD, Forward: One Without the Other), Shelley Moore will assist audience participants to define and understand “What is Inclusion?”and why it is important to ALL of us. Throughout this full day of discussion, there will be time for participants/school teams to engage and collaborate with each other, other teams, and Shelley; and as well, have the opportunity to begin to formulate and share ideas on “What Is Inclusion?” and what should/could it look like, relative to their current inclusive school context. Numerous strategies will also be shared, that will enhance current inclusive practice. Session information and content is based on Shelley’s book, “One Without the Other”, and her numerousblogs(https://blogsomemoore.com) andTedTalks,etc.
This learning opportunity is being offered through a grant from Alberta Education.
Based in Vancouver, B.C., Shelley Moore consults locally, provincially and beyond. Her interactive presentations integrate theory and effective practices of inclusion, special education & curriculum. She completed an undergraduate degree in Special Education at the University of Alberta, her Masters at Simon Fraser University, and is currently a SSHRC funded PhD Scholar at the University of British Columbia.
Registration Deadline: December 10, 2018
Registration Fee: $130.00
Registration includes a continental breakfast and lunch.