Shelley Moore: The Infrastructure of Inclusion (3-part webinar series)
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Shelley Moore: The Infrastructure of Inclusion (3-part webinar series)
Presented by: Shelley Moore
Located at: Online
About the Session

Join this NEW practical and reflective series by Shelley Moore, based on her work in her Ph.D. dissertation.

Supporting Infrastructural Conditions

  1. All Students are Presumed Competent
  2. All Students are Placed in Inclusive Classrooms
  3. All Students are within Proximity to and Participating in Learning with Peers
  4. All Students have Meaningful Purpose
  5. All Students are Planned For

During this series, participants will:

  • Review research and literature of inclusive education systems and structures
  • Reflect on their unique and situated contexts to be able to respond to community needs in a meaningful way that maintains the integrity of the diversity
  • Engage  in situated, ongoing, collaborative and inquiry based professional development
  • Collect ongoing evidence of actions taken to shift systemic structures to support inclusion and equity in situated context
  • Reflect on, determine, enact and adjust actions taken to shift systemic structures to support inclusion and equity in situated context
About the Presenter(s)

Shelley Moore Originally from Edmonton, and now based in Vancouver, British Columbia, Shelley Moore is a highly sought after teacher, researcher, speaker and storyteller and has worked with school districts and community organizations throughout both Canada and the United States. Shelley's presentations are constructed based on contexts of schools and communities and integrate theory and effective practices of inclusion, special education, curriculum and teacher professional development. Her first book entitled, “One Without the Other” was released in July 2016 to follow up her TEDx talk hosted in Langley in January 2016. Shelley completed an undergraduate degree in Special Education at the University of Alberta, her Masters at Simon Fraser University, and is currently a PhD candidate at the University of British Columbia.

Fee: $60.00

Registration Notes:

This series will be recorded and available to registered participants for a period of 30 days.