Lower Elementary3 more
Cross-Curricular

Special Education: Alternative Theories

Special Education is an important part of the education field. All students have the right to a quality education, so it is important that educators are aware of the needs of all students.
A Collection By Dustin Blumhagen
  • 6 Collection Items
  • 6 Collection Items
  • Discussion
Special Education: Alternative Theories
  • Learning Technologies

    Website
    learningtechnologiesab.com
    learningtechnologiesab.com
    Dustin Blumhagen says:
    Technology is a vital tool educators can wield in special education. This site delves into the ways that technology can be used in the classroom to support student learning.
  • Empowering the Spirit

    Website
    empoweringthespirit.ca
    empoweringthespirit.ca
    Dustin Blumhagen says:
    Aboriginal student populations have some of the lowest education success rates in the country. Educators need to be aware of their unique needs. This site offers an overview of Aboriginal student needs, including cultural awareness.
  • Dustin Blumhagen says:
    This resource focuses upon fetal alcohol syndrome (FASD) specifically and provides a short video, links to additional resources and information about the topic. Those interested in learning more can find lots of extra through the various links at the top of the page as well.
  • Dustin Blumhagen says:
    Special education is the focus of this site, which provides definitions for a number of common learning disabilities, links to more information and guidance for educators working with students of different ages.
  • What is Inclusion?

    Website
    education.alberta.ca
    education.alberta.ca
    Dustin Blumhagen says:
    A supplement to the first resource, this site provides six principles of inclusive education, which outline how the process is incorporated into the school system. It is shorter than the first resource, but provides important information in an easily readable method. Educators can use the concept of the inclusive classroom to improve their teaching practices and ensure that all students are learning.
  • inclusiveeducation.ca
    inclusiveeducation.ca

    Commentary: Telling The Story of Inclusive Education - From Canada to the World

    5 minute read
    Dustin Blumhagen says:
    This article explores the practice of inclusive education as used in Canadian schools, which allows for students with various special education diagnoses to be in the classroom with their peers, rather than segregated. It is an informative introduction to the practice.
BloomBoard SparkOther Cross-Curricular
BloomBoard Asks:How can I support all of the students in my school?