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RVS' Inclusive Education Framework

The following links and information are intended to guide the development of inclusive practice in Rocky View Schools. A good deal of inclusive practice presented here entails professional obligations as directed in the legislation and regulations presented below.

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Inclusive Education Library

Website - Alberta Education - The Inclusive Education Library is a comprehensive resource designed to help schools create learner profiles and inform classroom planning. Part of the Inclusive Education Planning Too Pilot, the resource will be piloted by more than 150 schools across the province.

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Understanding Medical and Disability Information

Website - Alberta Education - Understanding medical and disability implications is essential for getting to know students, planning effective instruction and providing the right level of classroom support. This resource is designed to help teachers find strategies that can be used as a starting point to inform their classroom practice, and better support students with specific medical conditions and disabilities.

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Research Guide on Inclusion

Website - University of Alberta - The Special Education Research Guide provides access to e-books, journals, and reference books dedicated to achieving a fully inclusive education system.

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Ten Questions on Inclusive Education

Website - United Nations Educational, Scientific, and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) - UNESCO sets out to answer 10 common questions about inclusive education.

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Diverse Learning Needs

Website Resource - Alberta Education - Educational practices that are flexible and responsive to the strengths and needs of individual students create inclusive learning experiences that ensure all students are successful. This online resources provides links to information for meeting diverse learning needs in Alberta's classrooms.

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Society for Treatment of Autism

Website - Society for Treatment of Autism - The Society for Treatment of Autism (STA) is an Alberta-based registered charitable organization that provides comprehensive treatment and educational services for people with autism and related disorders. With a goal of helping those on the spectrum reach their maximum potential, STA offers a variety of programs across a range of environments, including home, community, and/or treatment centres, which are implemented and supported by a multidisciplinary team.

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