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Alberta Education: Inclusive Education
Alberta Education has an overview of inclusive education, 6 key principles, and videos with discussion guides.
Alberta Education: Inclusive Education Video Series
This is Alberta Education’s Inclusive Education Video Series, including Valuing All Students; Changing How We Talk about Disabilities; and Using A Positive Behaviour Approach to Support Learning.
Educating All Learners During the Covid-19 Disaster
EducatingAllLearners.org includes specific guidance on how teachers can deliver lessons online to students in special education, which has been a challenge as schools transition to online learning during the coronavirus pandemic.
Enabling Education Network
This UK-based sharing and learning network supports innovation and critical thinking on inclusion, equity and rights in education.
Engaging All Learners
Created in Alberta, this collection of professional learning resources for educators provides professional development through self-study and in-school professional learning communities.
iBelong: Educator Resources
This site offers resources about inclusion and transition planning for teachers working with young people with intellectual disabilities as they prepare to leave school and enter adult life. A French site is available.
Inclusive Education Canada
Inclusive Education Canada provides articles, presentations, videos, and other resources about inclusive education. There are resources in English and French.
Inclusive Education in Action
This site from the European Agency for Special Needs and Inclusive Education includes case studies about practices around the world and resources on a wide range of topics relating to inclusive education.
Inclusive Education Library
This site has a wealth of information about inclusive education. Browse by subject of topic (Behaviour and Social Participation, Student Support Plans, and more).
Learning Technologies: Information for Teachers
This Alberta-based site has information about how educational and assistive technologies can support students in their classrooms. There are videos plus sections for text-to-speech, word prediction, speech recognition and visual thinking tools.
Neuroscience and Making Classroom Connections - A Course for K-12 Teachers
This site has resources and videos drawn from neuroscience, which can provide educators with a scientific basis for understanding best practices in teaching and offer a new lens through which to look at challenges. (site description)
Understanding Medical and Disability Information
The mission of this site is to find strategies that teachers can use as a starting point to inform their classroom practice, and better support students with specific medical conditions and disabilitie
Learn about this model that aims to align the policies, processes, and practices of education, public health, and school health to improve learning.
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