Inclusion is for Everyone:

There are lots of instructional strategies and resources on Shelley Moore’s blog and website “Resources to Support Inclusion”.

8 Best Inclusion Resources: The Inclusion Lab shares some of their favourite online inclusion resources, including other blogs and organizations that are inclusion advocates.


NorthStar Paths – free Graphics downloads  (K. Wiens & P. Totzke)

Visit the SD 75 Elementary Virtual Learning Commons for K-6 Visuals and resourceSET (SET BC) for K-12 Visuals.

Professional Development and Articles:

Click here for Provincial Outreach Online Learning Opportunities

Alberta Teachers’ Association. What is inclusion? The Learning Team, 18(2).

Alberta Teachers’ Association. (2014). Report of the Blue Ribbon Panel on Inclusive Education in Alberta Schools.

Alberta Teachers’ Association. (2014). Inclusive education in Alberta schools: Getting it right. [Companion document to the Report of the Blue Ribbon Panel on Inclusive Education in Alberta Schools.]

Philpott, D.E., Furey, E., and Penney, S.C. (2010). Promoting leadership in the ongoing professional development of teachers: Responding to globalization and inclusion. Exceptionality Education International, 20(2): 38–54.
*See in particular “Six focus areas” beginning page 43

Teaching to Diversity: ESL, Learning Assistance, Special Education. BCTF.