Complex Needs Technology Project (CNTP) 2017-2018

Complex Needs Technology Project (CNTP) 2017-2018

  • November 1, 2017

In its third year, the SET-BC Complex Needs Technology Project, opened its application period on November 1st. This very popular initiative provides district specialist teams with bundles of complex technologies to support student trials and assessments. Applications from district teams…

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SETdirect 2017-2018

SETdirect 2017-2018

  • November 1, 2017

We are pleased to support a second year of our SETdirect initiative. This provincially coordinated project offers simple technology bundles designed to support social inclusion for students with complex needs. SET-BC District Partners will have received a letter at the…

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A Taste of Technology

A Taste of Technology

  • October 30, 2017

SET-BC got off to a busy and early start this September presenting the first Professional Learning session in SD68 (Nanaimo). Thirty participants enjoyed a menu that contained appetizers of UDL, small servings of technology trials, and an entree of innovative…

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Davidson Road to Success

Davidson Road to Success

  • June 20, 2017

Central Okanagan Kindergarten teachers, Barbara and Jolene, explore the use of FreshGrade e-portfolios to engage students and build a strong home and school connection.

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Starting from Scratch

Starting from Scratch

  • June 20, 2017

Grade 6/7 students at Glenbrooke Middle School in New Westminster explore coding through Scratch as a way of demonstrating their knowledge of the human body.

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“I am Determined!”

“I am Determined!”

  • June 20, 2017

Lisa Schneider, a Grade 5 teacher at McKenzie Elementary in Victoria, inspires us with her determination to effectively use Chromebooks and Google tools to include and support all students in her class.

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Team-Building with Clicker 7

Team-Building with Clicker 7

  • May 30, 2017

Three teachers (classroom, resource, and teacher-librarian) at Pierre Trudeau Elementary in Vancouver have teamed up to support each other as they successfully implement Clicker 7 and Clicker iOS apps in a Grade 3 classroom.

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Start Where You Are

Start Where You Are

  • May 29, 2017

This year, Michelle Walsh-Anstey, a Grade 3 teacher at Rogers Elementary in Victoria, has effectively supported her students’ Language Arts and Social Studies work using iPads and iOS apps.

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Announcing the 2017-2018 Synergy Projects!

Announcing the 2017-2018 Synergy Projects!

  • April 20, 2017

We are excited to announce that the applications for the 2017-2018 Synergy Projects (formerly known as the Classroom-based Projects) are now available! Check our our Synergy Project area for complete information!

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Time to Teach, Time for Tech

Time to Teach, Time for Tech

  • March 31, 2017

Catching up on Andrew McPhee’s SD64 Fernwood Elementary Grade 5 class and their inspirational use of technology to develop problem solving and critical thinking skills.

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J’ai la Technologie Donc J’Essaie

J’ai la Technologie Donc J’Essaie

  • March 31, 2017

Cette année scolaire, Hazel Lising, professeur de français langue seconde à l’école David Thompson à Vancouver, introduit la technologie à ses classes pour voir ce qu’elle pourrait ajouter à l’enseignement et l’apprentissage de langue.

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Spring 30 Minute Online Training Schedule

Spring 30 Minute Online Training Schedule

  • March 29, 2017

Our online training schedule for March, April, May and June is now available! Check out our Upcoming Events calendar for the many interesting options being presented - a quick way to learn about a technology you are currently using or…

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SET-BC Provincial Workshop on Eye Gaze

SET-BC Provincial Workshop on Eye Gaze

  • January 27, 2017

On February 28th, SET-BC will be facilitating a provincial workshop on complex needs technologies that support students accessing AAC and computers through eye gaze. The workshop is being hosted by the Surrey school district but is open to anyone interested…

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Complex Needs Technology Project Shipping!

Complex Needs Technology Project Shipping!

  • January 24, 2017

We are happy to announce that the CNTP 2016-2017 technologies are starting to ship this week! Boxes should start arriving in districts by mid-week - we look forward to hearing from teams as they receive this important complex needs trial…

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Hour of Code through a UDL Lens

Hour of Code through a UDL Lens

  • January 23, 2017

Photo credit: Monica Berra Only a short time ago the practice of 'learning to code' was very inaccessible. A missing semicolon, an uncapitalized letter, or getting the math not quite right meant that a program would simply crash. This year,…

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iPads: Learning to App-ly Ourselves!

iPads: Learning to App-ly Ourselves!

  • January 20, 2017

Students in Grade 4/5 French Immersion at Ecole John Stubbs Memorial Elementary in Sooke are exploring and using different apps to demonstrate their learning in a number of curricular areas. Integrating photos, videos, handwriting, text, voice input, and sound recording,…

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SET-BC DP Conference NOT Just for District Partners!

SET-BC DP Conference NOT Just for District Partners!

  • January 17, 2017

SET-BC is hosting an exciting conference on February 21st and 22nd! The conference, entitled Supporting Diversity in the Secondary School Setting, is an opportunity for educators (and District Partners!) to get together to learn how to support students who may…

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SET-BC Online Training Schedule – January to March

SET-BC Online Training Schedule – January to March

  • January 6, 2017

From January to March, our consultants have a great lineup of online training opportunities that we hope will interest teams using technology with students. Some sessions titles include: overviews of Clicker apps, iOS accessibility, Co:Writer Universal implementation, Explain Everything app,…

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30 Minute Online Training Opportunities

30 Minute Online Training Opportunities

  • November 4, 2016

There have been a number of new trainings added to the amazing list of FREE 30 Minute trainings in the on-line calendar for the month of November. If you are looking brush up on SOLO6 – there is a 5…

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Remembrance Day Resources

Remembrance Day Resources

  • November 4, 2016

At this time of year, we would like to remind you of some of the Remembrance Day student technology-based resources we have available in our collection.         Remembrance Day A story about Remembrance Day and attending a…

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Complex Needs Technology Project 2016-2017

Complex Needs Technology Project 2016-2017

  • November 4, 2016

We are excited to announce the second year of our Complex Needs Technology Project!  District teams are invited to apply for participation in the project over the next three weeks.  The project is designed to support district capacity to trial…

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Internet Safety for Educators

Internet Safety for Educators

  • November 4, 2016

On December 5th, Darren Laur makes a return visit to SET-BC presenting his very popular Internet Safety for Educators workshop. Darren presented this topic last year at our Virtual District Partner Conference and many attendees indicated the information shared was…

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SET-BC Service Delivery Update – October

SET-BC Service Delivery Update – October

  • October 31, 2016

It has been a very busy October as we approach the October 31st Collaborative Action Plan deadline. SET-BC consultants have been focused this month on completing the planning process with district and school teams for services in all three tiers.…

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SETdirect Social Inclusion Project Launches in October

SETdirect Social Inclusion Project Launches in October

  • October 28, 2016

We were excited to launch our new SETdirect Social Inclusion Project in October. The focus of SETdirect is to support social inclusion for complex needs students by providing district teams with simple technologies that can be used for a variety…

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Reaching Across the Pacific to Korea

Reaching Across the Pacific to Korea

  • October 27, 2016

On September 26th, SET-BC was delighted to host a large group of Korean students, support workers, teachers, and Korean education ministry delegates as they visited our program as part of their BC tour.

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Focus on Vision Technology

Focus on Vision Technology

  • October 27, 2016

On September 30th, eight vision resource teachers and two student support workers came together at the SET-BC Provincial Centre in Vancouver to attend a workshop to learn more about the Focus 40, a refreshable braille display from Scientific Freedom.

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Retired Inventory Program 2016-2017

Retired Inventory Program 2016-2017

  • September 30, 2016

SET-BC's Retired Inventory Program 2016-2017 started this week! District Specialists are invited to request specialized equipment that has been retired from our Provincial Loan Bank. Bookmark the Retired Inventory Program webpage and check back frequently as available equipment is constantly…

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2016 Online Training Registration Open

2016 Online Training Registration Open

  • September 26, 2016

Our SET-BC consultants are providing a large number of online training sessions for teams interested in implementing some of the more commonly used software and apps. Check out the SET-BC Online Training Flyer  for more information or go directly to…

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Nonfiction Reading Power Workshop – Adrienne Gear

Nonfiction Reading Power Workshop – Adrienne Gear

  • September 23, 2016

We are so excited to be welcoming Adrienne Gear back for another great presentation!  On November 16th, she will be presenting Nonfiction Reading Power at the SET-BC Provincial Centre with streaming to other locations around the province. In this full day…

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Autumn-themed Student Resources

Autumn-themed Student Resources

  • September 23, 2016

With the cool days of fall coming soon, you may be looking for some technology-based resources to support student learning. Take a moment to check out a few examples of our autumn-themed student resources currently available in pictureSET and curriculumSET!  …

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SET-BC Quick Start Guide

SET-BC Quick Start Guide

  • September 13, 2016

SET-BC provides three tiers of both core and supplemental services.  We've created a "Quick Start Guide" for BC educators to use to determine what services are available, how to apply for the services and where to go on our site…

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Welcome to the 2016-2017 School Year!

Welcome to the 2016-2017 School Year!

  • September 2, 2016

We are very excited to be starting the new school year with new staff, new projects, and renewed energy!  After enjoying the summer break, our SET-BC consultants are anxious to begin supporting teams using technology to support students.  The first…

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Fraserwood FreshGrade: Success in Progress

Fraserwood FreshGrade: Success in Progress

  • August 29, 2016

In Shelly Chandra's grade 4 classroom at Fraserwood Elementary, students are learning how to identify their own "Success in Progress". Students select, reflect, and share their learning in FreshGrade using a blend of devices provided by SET-BC, the school, and…

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Little School, Big Impact

Little School, Big Impact

  • June 10, 2016

iPads and Clicker Apps are having a big impact on learning at a little school in northern BC.​  Students at Kitwanga Elementary are using Clicker apps and Adrienne Gear’s reading and writing strategies to support their literacy development.

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May is Marvelous for Online Training!

May is Marvelous for Online Training!

  • May 13, 2016

Look at all the great learning opportunities available on-line through SET-BC in the month of May. There are general topics like Digital Citizenship. There are platform specific presentations like Visual Schedule Apps, On-line Tools for differentiating text and Mac OS…

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Applications for Innovative Provincial Classroom-based Projects OPEN!

Applications for Innovative Provincial Classroom-based Projects OPEN!

  • May 5, 2016

We are excited to announce that the third provincial classroom-based projects - innovative projects - is now available for team application. Teams interested in submitting an application for support in the 2016-2017 school year should visit our http://www.setbc.org/current-projects-available-for-application for information…

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One Box, a Set of Wheels, and Eda is Rolling!

One Box, a Set of Wheels, and Eda is Rolling!

  • May 3, 2016

Eda is a grade 2/3 student in the Vancouver school district. She is an independent, happy girl and this has allowed her to quickly learn how to use technology to help her participate in class and express her learning. Eda's…

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Sea to Sky Builds Capacity in Project Based Learning

Sea to Sky Builds Capacity in Project Based Learning

  • May 2, 2016

On a snowy day in February, SET-BC Tier 1 consultants, Takashi Yamada and Debby Kim facilitated a workshop on “Project Based Learning (PBL) in the Secondary Classroom” using the principles and guidelines of Universal Design for Learning (UDL) at Whistler…

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Building UDL Toolkits with Secondary Students

Building UDL Toolkits with Secondary Students

  • April 26, 2016

On April 15, 2016, Prince Charles Secondary School in Creston hosted a SET-BC facilitated student workshop focusing on how to build their individual Universal Design For Learning (UDL) Tool Kit. During the session, the students explored the meaning of UDL,…

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“Epic” Learning with iPads & Clicker apps

“Epic” Learning with iPads & Clicker apps

  • April 26, 2016

At John Henderson School in Vancouver, Grade 4 students are using iPads and Clicker apps to develop writing fluency. Classroom teacher Joan Jung and resource teacher Kim Grey have been busy implementing a Tier 2 classroom-based solution they received from…

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Spring Learning Online!

Spring Learning Online!

  • April 25, 2016

We have great 30 minute online training opportunities for the end of April and beginning of May. Are you looking for training in Kurzweil 3000, Clicker 6, SOLO 6, Boardmaker, Chrome extensions, Digital Citizenship, Co:Writer app or Sensory apps? Check…

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Captain Kurzweil to the Rescue!

Captain Kurzweil to the Rescue!

  • April 15, 2016

Brian Ee, a teacher at Lord Selkirk Elementary in Vancouver, embraces all his superhero powers to help his students learn to write. As a recipient of a SET-BC Tier 2 classroom-based solution this school year, Brian has learned to use…

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Going Google in Mountain Elementary!

Going Google in Mountain Elementary!

  • April 14, 2016

With a Tier 2 classroom-based technology loan of 15 Chromebooks from SET-BC this year, Shelley Putman is “Going Google” in her grade 5 classroom at Mountain Elementary in SD #34 (Abbotsford). With assistance from one of the district’s technology helping…

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Many Online Training Sessions Available This Spring

Many Online Training Sessions Available This Spring

  • April 4, 2016

Our SET-BC consultants are providing a large number of online training sessions for teams interested in implementing some of the more commonly used software and apps. Check out the SET-BC Online Training Flyer April - June 2016  for more information…

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2016-2017 Provincial Classroom Project Applications Now Available

2016-2017 Provincial Classroom Project Applications Now Available

  • April 4, 2016

Each year SET-BC supports a small number of classroom-based technology projects. These are provincially coordinated and different from the Tier 2 classroom-based solutions that are supported through our standard service delivery model. Applications for the 2016-2017 provincial classroom-based projects are…

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Maker Sessions – Learning, Practicing, Making

Maker Sessions – Learning, Practicing, Making

  • March 30, 2016

Join us for face-to-face sessions at the SET-BC Provincial Centre during April, May and June to explore common technology tools you already have in your classroom! Participants will learn how to use their technology and then have time to use…

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Engage Me and I Will Learn!

Engage Me and I Will Learn!

  • March 30, 2016

At Sir Alexander MacKenzie Elementary School in Vancouver, teacher Sean Martin has taken a thoughtful, logical approach to introducing technology to his students.  His Grade 4 students have a myriad of learning needs from written output challenges and learning disabilities…

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Maggie – an Arts and Letters Triple Threat

Maggie – an Arts and Letters Triple Threat

  • March 29, 2016

Maggie Wherle, an award winning writer, accomplished musician and innovative artist has been sharing her creative gifts since she started as a Kindergarten student at Margaret Jenkins Elementary 4 years ago. Maggie recently won first prize for her age category…

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Spring and the UDL is Easy!

Spring and the UDL is Easy!

  • March 29, 2016

The students in Christine Lang's Grade 2 classroom at Lord Roberts Elementary probably have no idea what Universal Design for Learning is but they experience it every day!   Their teacher offers them many different ways to engage, express and…

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Adapting to Change

Adapting to Change

  • March 29, 2016

Adapting to Change ​- A Northern District Builds its Capacity to Support Complex Needs Students For some district teams, the change to SET-BC's three-tiered service delivery model had initially necessitated facing some challenges around how the district would meet the…

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Going Google at North Saanich Middle School

Going Google at North Saanich Middle School

  • March 24, 2016

The North Saanich Middle School team is implementing Google Apps for Education (GAFE) and Google Read Write in order to support grade 6/7 students in an inclusive model middle school. Their hope is that GAFE will allow all students within…

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“Crafting” with iPads at Livingstone Elementary

“Crafting” with iPads at Livingstone Elementary

  • March 24, 2016

Students in Ted Coombs' Grade 3/4 class at Livingstone Elementary in Vancouver are finding new and innovative ways to connect with each other and their learning.  It's all thanks to staff that are interested in trying new approaches with popular…

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Earth Day Resources

Earth Day Resources

  • March 23, 2016

With spring upon us, we naturally think of celebrating our favourite planet - Earth! These resources will help your students participate in Earth Day type activities. CurriculumSET Earth's Natural Resources (Clicker 5/6) - This activity will help students learn and write…

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Dictating a Connection with Family Members

Dictating a Connection with Family Members

  • March 18, 2016

As SET-BC consultants delivering technology training to educators all over the province, we hope we are making a difference for students and building team capacity to use technology to support them in the classroom setting. Sometimes, we find out our…

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Complex Needs Technology Project is Shipping!

Complex Needs Technology Project is Shipping!

  • March 8, 2016

Our Technical Support Team is very busy this week shipping the many (many!) boxes of equipment for the Complex Needs Technology Project. We are very pleased that we can get these tools for assessment and trials into the hands of…

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SET-BC Service Delivery 2016-2017

SET-BC Service Delivery 2016-2017

  • March 7, 2016

District teams are already meeting to plan for their SET-BC services in the coming school year.  To help with this planning, we have released the SET-BC Service Delivery Guide 2016-2017 with updated information, examples, templates, and sample forms. The guide…

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Salt Spring Island Students Riding the iPad “Bus”

Salt Spring Island Students Riding the iPad “Bus”

  • February 5, 2016

"I had never used an iPad before this school year." - Salt Spring Island Middle School, Classroom Teacher. Salt Spring Island Middle School's grade 6/7 teacher and students have been learning together this year. Teacher, Kim Moffat, with the support of…

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A Month of Valentine and Lunar New Year Resources!

A Month of Valentine and Lunar New Year Resources!

  • February 4, 2016

Educators around BC have created some "love"ly resources for February. Check out these popular activities from curriculumSET and pictureSET... ​​Valentine Spelling [ClassroomSuite4] This Valentines Spelling activity is for Grade 1, Grade 2 - Using an onscreen keyboard, where the letters you don’t…

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iEngaged with UDL

iEngaged with UDL

  • February 3, 2016

Allison Bos, a teacher in the Cariboo-Chilcotin school district, explains how supporting Universal Design for Learning (UDL) strategies with iPad technology has transformed her students’ learning and her own teaching. Student engagement has increased significantly and students are able to…

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Another “Power”ful Presentation by Adrienne Gear

Another “Power”ful Presentation by Adrienne Gear

  • January 28, 2016

On January 21st, 2016, the SET-BC Provincial team was delighted to welcome Adrienne Gear back for her third presentation.  Adrienne provided workshop participants with another engaging presentation on "Reading Power" during which she highlighted strategies to help all students with…

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Building District Capacity to Support AAC

Building District Capacity to Support AAC

  • January 21, 2016

Relevant, individualized and evidence-based professional development is an important goal for all school districts in British Columbia. When it comes to planning effective Professional Development activities to help staff who support students who use Augmentative Alternative Communication (AAC) the planning…

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Predicting Success in Port Alberni

Predicting Success in Port Alberni

  • January 21, 2016

Wood Elementary is a small elementary school in the picturesque Alberni Valley.  In Ms. Clark's busy grade 5 class, students are beginning to use a word-cueing program called WordQ.  WordQ is a simple, yet powerful text prediction and reading tool…

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SET-BC Classroom-based Projects Off and Running!

SET-BC Classroom-based Projects Off and Running!

  • January 13, 2016

As in past years, we are provincially supporting a number of classroom-based projects this year around the province.  These are distinct from the Tier 2 Classroom-based Solutions that district teams have identified for support through our core three-tiered service delivery…

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Save the Date! Virtual DP Conference

Save the Date! Virtual DP Conference

  • January 13, 2016

SET-BC is pleased to be hosting a second virtual District Partner Conference on February 16th and 17th. For those who ​attended sessions last year, you will notice some changes! Darren Laur - a provincially and nationally decorated Canadian Law enforcement professional - will be…

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Ecole Aubrey Elementary’s Thinking Party

Ecole Aubrey Elementary’s Thinking Party

  • January 12, 2016

There were are few 'Aha moments' at Ecole Aubrey Elementary School recently as classroom teams discovered Clicker 6 resources in SET-BC's CurriculumSET and the Cricksoft collection. Two teachers exclaimed 'Oh my goodness' at the same time. Their smiles told it all! ​ The…

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Complex Needs Technology Project 2015-2016

Complex Needs Technology Project 2015-2016

  • January 12, 2016

We are very pleased to announce that applications are now available for our Complex Needs Technology Project. The purpose of the project is to assist BC school districts in building their capacity to support students with complex needs. This project…

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Need Help Learning Technology?

Need Help Learning Technology?

  • January 5, 2016

SET-BC consultants will be facilitating a wide variety of online sessions between January and March. These short, 30 minute sessions are quick, convenient, and designed to help you explore many of the common technology tools that can help engage and…

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Happy Holidays from everyone at SET-BC!

Happy Holidays from everyone at SET-BC!

  • December 24, 2015

We hope you have a wonderful holiday season with family and friends. The SET-BC Provincial Centre will be closed from December 28th to January 1st.  We will reopen on January 4th - we look forward to working with you in 2016!…

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Weimen – He Chats with Touch Chat

Weimen – He Chats with Touch Chat

  • December 14, 2015

In November 2013, Weimen was introduced to a new communication system - Touch Chat on an iPad. His team reports that it has made a big difference in how he communicates in his school setting. With Touch Chat his social…

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Araina + A Great School Team = Success!!

Araina + A Great School Team = Success!!

  • December 11, 2015

Araina uses the Touch Chat app on an iPad to communicate with peers and adults in her primary classroom. Once the iPad was introduced, she quickly learned how to participate in all aspects of her classroom activities.

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Christmas is Coming!

Christmas is Coming!

  • December 8, 2015

The holiday season has begun. Along with decorations, crafts and sing-alongs, curriculumSET and PictureSET offer great themed activities that are easy to download and start using with students and classes. Take a look at all the festive fun! Boardmaker 7…

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Chrome Extensions and iOS Accessibility Resources

Chrome Extensions and iOS Accessibility Resources

  • December 1, 2015

​We are pleased to highlight two new areas of our ​online technology tutorials - Chrome Extensions and iPad ​Accessibility.  These resources contain short video demonstrations - the Chrome extension tutorials show how to access various Chrome extensions that will support students who are…

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Caroline Musselwhite and Adrienne Gear Present at SET-BC

Caroline Musselwhite and Adrienne Gear Present at SET-BC

  • December 1, 2015

​We were very pleased last week to host Caroline Musselwhite and Adrienne Gear here at the SET-BC Provincial Centre. Caroline presented "Communication Circles" where she discussed the importance of forming groups of peers who support AAC users in the classroom setting.…

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Technology in the UDL Classroom

Technology in the UDL Classroom

  • November 30, 2015

SET-BC will be hosting its first ever "unconference" or Edcamp style day of learning on December 10th in Vancouver.  The focus of the day is "Technology in the UDL Classroom" but, because of the way these days are organized, sessions…

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SET-BC Team Working Hard to Meet Service Commitments

SET-BC Team Working Hard to Meet Service Commitments

  • November 14, 2015

The SET-BC team passed two milestones in this first year of provincial implementation of the new service delivery model. The deadline for District Requests for Service was September 30th. Even with a very short month, BC school districts met that…

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Upcoming Pro D and Training Opportunities!

Upcoming Pro D and Training Opportunities!

  • November 12, 2015

Upcoming SET-BC provincial workshops - There is so much going on! Our provincial team is coordinating several upcoming Professional Development events. Please see the attached flyers for: Carolyn Musslewhite - Supporting Communicative Competence for AAC Users - November 23rd Adrienne…

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Lest We Forget – Remembrance Day 2015

Lest We Forget – Remembrance Day 2015

  • November 11, 2015

On November 11th, members of the Canadian Armed Forces are commemorated.  This day marks the date and time when armies stopped fighting in World War I (the eleventh hour of the eleventh day of the eleventh month). Students in Lac…

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Why Special Education Has to Go

Why Special Education Has to Go

  • October 3, 2015

We are very pleased to be hosting Dr. Bruce Beairsto on October 29th – live in Vancouver and streamed to Coquitlam, Quesnel, and Kamloops.  During this session, Dr. Beairsto will be sharing his personal journey of understanding over 35 years…

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SET-BC Annual District Request for Services Now In!

SET-BC Annual District Request for Services Now In!

  • October 2, 2015

BC School Districts around the province have completed the first critical step in acquiring SET-BC services in the 2015-2016 school year. By September 30th, all districts needed to have submitted their annual District Request for Service (also known as the…

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SET-BC Consultants Meet at Plenary Session

SET-BC Consultants Meet at Plenary Session

  • September 18, 2015

On September 8th, 9th, and 10th, SET-BC consultants from around the province met in Richmond at the first Provincial Plenary Session of the 2015-2016 school year.  It was a busy three days of discussions, planning, learning, and collaborating.  With the…

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Best Wishes to SET-BC’s Departing Consultants

Best Wishes to SET-BC’s Departing Consultants

  • August 27, 2015

“Goodbyes always make my throat hurt…”  Charlie Brown. SET-BC will be starting the school year missing some of our long time staff.  We wanted to wish the following SET-BC consultants the best of luck in their new personal or professional…

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SET-BC Set to Launch its After-Share Program

SET-BC Set to Launch its After-Share Program

  • August 26, 2015

As we roll into the new school year, there are several new SET-BC initiatives that have been designed to improve our Professional Development and training services.  One is the introduction of our SETconcierge who will provide personalized support for BC…

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Introducing our SETconcierge

Introducing our SETconcierge

  • August 6, 2015

Taking the concept of the help you receive from a hotel concierge, our SETconcierge can offer you personalized Professional Development and training help designed to meet your individual learning goals, style and schedule. There are so many options available for…

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Curriculum for All – Shelley Moore

Curriculum for All – Shelley Moore

  • August 6, 2015

We are so excited to be hosting a newly finished self-directed course called Curriculum for All.  This course has been developed by Shelley Moore and it is full of great information and strategies to help educators plan to provide an…

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SET-BC Kicks Off its New Service Delivery Model

SET-BC Kicks Off its New Service Delivery Model

  • August 4, 2015

After a very successful pilot year in 2014-2015, we are excited to be bringing our three-tiered service delivery model to all districts in 2015-2016.  During the pilot year, nine school districts around the province tested the process for accessing our…

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PSAP – 10 Years of Great Software Support

PSAP – 10 Years of Great Software Support

  • August 4, 2015

It’s hard to believe that PSAP – the Provincial Software Acquisition Plan – is going into its 11th year!  The Plan started with a focus on Kurzweil 3000 but, after a couple of years, grew to include many other literacy…

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