Explorations In Inclusive Teaching Practice: Stories From The Field

Simon Fraser University’s Graduate Diplomas in Inclusive Education challenge teacher-learners to deepen their capacity to create and support inclusive classrooms, through self-study and inquiry into their own teaching practice. Classroom and support/resource teachers working with students in Grades K-12 are engaged in exciting explorations of what it means to teach inclusively, and how to build relationships and communities that foster inclusion. In this workshop, participants will be invited to learn experientially, through discussions and activities that bring to life the stories of GDE teacher-learners’ powerful experiences of inquiring into the what, why, and how of inclusive practice.

Target Audience
Applicable to all (e.g. K-12)

Language of Instruction
English

Sponsoring PSA
Association of Educators of Gifted, Talented, and Creative Children in BC (AEGTCCBC)

To Bring/Important Notes

Participants may wish to bring a device for internet access.

Sessions



Presenters

Kristi Lauridsen

Kristi Lauridsen is an In-service Faculty Associate at Simon Fraser University - Field Programs, Inclusive Education and is a District Helping Teacher for Gifted Education, SD42 Maple Ridge-Pitt Meadows.

Amrit Cojocaru

Amrit Cojocaru is an In-service Faculty Associate at SFU Field Programs who also works with Inclusive Education, SD36 Surrey.

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