Join us virtually for open collaboration, conversation, and resource sharing. This is a great opportunity to share ideas, resources, and build your inclusive best practice toolkit within the day-to-day realities of complex classrooms.
Topics include: Positive Behaviour Supports | Regulation | Differentiation & Task Design | Universal Design for Learning (UDL) | Social Skills | Peer Relationships | Supports & Accommodations | Assessment & Reporting | Learning Environments
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Jurisdictional consulting and coaching that includes classroom-based support to improve learning and well-being outcomes for students with disabilities in inclusive and special education settings.
Areas of support include: Student Voice & Communication | Positive Behaviour | Assistive Technology | Sensory & Regulation | Learning Environments | Assessment & Reporting | Social Skills & Relationships | Differentiation & Task Design | Work Experience | Transition Planning | Universal Design for Learning (UDL) | Response to Instruction (RTI) | Education Assistant Training
Dr. Chandra Lebenhagen has a doctorate in curriculum and learning from the University of Calgary. Her innovative approaches uses a multi-disciplinary lens including, critical disability theory, learning theory, psychoeducation, and inclusive best practice.
Dr. Lebenhagen has worked in the field of education as a teacher, leader, and researcher for over 20 years and has offered numerous presentations on a broad range of topics for jurisdictional leaders, educators, community practitioners, and scholars.
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