Inspiring Change Through Inclusive Education

Dr. Paula Kluth Internationally Acclaimed Educator, Consultant and Author “A Land We Can Share”: Teaching Literacy to Students with Autism and Related Needs April 5, 2013 Fantasyland Hotel Conference Centre Edmonton, Alberta During this interactive one-day workshop, participants will learn strategies for including and supporting students with autism and related needs in reading, writing, and listening…

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#YEGRIGHTS YOUTH FORUM

The John Humphrey Centre for Peace and Human Rights, a non-profit human rights education organization located in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada.The John Humphrey Centre is dedicated to programming that fosters a sense of dignity, responsibility and justice. We have undertaken projects in partnership with organizations throughout Edmonton and Alberta that have worked to build communities where…

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YOU’VE GOT A FRIEND IN ME

by Renee Laporte | Beyond The Crayon Hands down the greatest thing to come out of Nathan’s journey through school is the relationships he has with his friends.  Initiating, fostering and maintaining authentic friendships can be one of the most important yet most challenging aspects of inclusive education. So what did it take? An educational…

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INspired Students Give Parents Hope

SUNDAY, 14 OCTOBER 2012 by Caroline Zentner Lethbridge herald Inclusive education was a reality for Edmonton’s Nathan Devlin throughout his education and for the past four years he’s been inspiring others with his story. Renee Laporte, inclusion facilitator with INspired Youth Inclusion Initiative, is Nathan’s assistant and she’s been with him since kindergarten. She continues…

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