RESOURCES DEVELOPED BY THE CIE
ATA Library - Inclusive Education Resources
Common Threads for Inclusive Education - Professional Growth Resources
Common Threads for Inclusive Education - Learning Disabilities
Common Threads for Inclusive Education - Autism Spectrum Disorder
Common Threads for Inclusive Education - Parent Collaboration
ALBERTA EDUCATION RESOURCES
The Teaching Quality Standard provides a framework for the preparation, professional growth, supervision and evaluation of all teachers. Students, parents and other partners in education should be confident that Alberta teachers demonstrate the Teaching Quality Standard throughout their careers.
Quality leadership occurs when the leader's ongoing analysis of the context, and decisions about what leadership knowledge and abilities to apply, result in quality teaching and optimum learning for all school students,
Standards for Special Education
Implementing a Continuum of Supports and Services
Alberta’s inclusive education system is built on a principle based approach. Inclusion is understood as a way of thinking and acting that demonstrates universal acceptance, and belonging and embraces diversity and differences to promote equitable opportunities for each learner. Inclusive education considers how we develop and design our schools, classrooms, programs and instruction so that each learner has the opportunities and supports needed to learn, contribute and participate in all aspects of schooling. The goal of inclusive education is to ensure access to high quality education for all learners by effectively meeting their diverse needs in an engaging learning environment and in a way that is responsive, accepting, respectful and supportive.