School-wide Capacity Building

Interviewer-Presenter: 
Joanne Marshall

This eLearning lesson will provide you with an overview of a school team’s professional development experience and outcomes.

POPARD Education and Behaviour consultant, Joanne Marshall, had the opportunity to work with this school team to provide a series of professional development workshops and to facilitate collegial conversations and problem solving to assist them in developing common practices in order to effectively support students with autism. This school team was supporting at least one student with autism in each class.

type: 
Team Training

Using Interactive Whiteboards to Provide Differentiated Instruction

Interviewer-Presenter: 
Joanne Marshall
Interviewee: 
Laurie Cassie
Heidi Cyr

Interactive whiteboards, including SMART®boards, are increasingly used as tools to address a range of exceptionalities in the classroom. Erin Yorke, POPARD Education and Behaviour Consultant , spoke with Vancouver teachers, Heidi Cyr and Laurie Cassie, about their use of SMART®boards.

References:
Mallory Burton, Jaimie Ashton (April 2010). Using the SMARTBoard to Differentiate Instruction: Best Practices and Solutions for Students with Special Needs

type: 
Using Technology