2017 STA Convention
May 5, 2017
My Workshops

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Inclusive Education: Merging Theory and Practice

Carly will share real stories and lessons of inclusion from her experiences as a special educator that shift perceptions of student ability, and offer direction and inspiration for action. Illustrating inclusive experiences of students with a variety of exceptionalities these anecdotes highlight how teacher creativity, student talent, and a value of diversity can lead to endless opportunities for all students. Workshop participants will be introduced to a RTI & UDL planning process, and will leave the workshop with a unit plan designed and ready to go for all learners in their classroom! 

Target Audience


What to bring

Workshop attendees should bring a unit plan from the subject area of their choice, and the necessary planning materials, as we will collaboratively build unit plans to meet the needs of all learners in the classroom.  


Carly Herman

Carly has championed educational and community inclusion for the past nine years. Carly holds and M.Ed in Special Education from UBC, and has taught as a special educator in both the elementary and secondary school setting. She is inspired by the individuals she works with, and believes in the contributions they can make in the classroom and community. Carly works with the Kamloops-Thompson School District as a District Resource Teacher where she collaborates with teachers and administrators to facilitate meaningful inclusion by merging theory with practice, and by normalizing the use of supports. Carly also mentors staff, volunteers, and community partners in her work with the Canucks Autism Network, by providing training in support strategies that foster inclusion and success in sports and recreational settings.

08:30 am - 10:00 am

Seats Available

08:30 am - 10:00 am

Seats Available

KP D 214