Technology Inclusion Project (TIP)
The Technology Inclusion Project is a joint project of Special Education Technology – British Columbia (SET-BC) and the Provincial Integration Support Program (PISP). This project will provide assistive technology tools, resources and training to 30 special education teachers in British Columbia to help them create more active and participatory learning environments for students with severe and multiple disabilities in intermediate or secondary school classrooms or resource rooms.
This project is designed to accomplish the following goals:
- Work with BC educators to promote active and participatory learning environments for students with severe and multiple disabilities.
- Provide assistive technology equipment, training, and a set of related resources to 30 intermediate or secondary classrooms.
- Focus on educational practices that promote learning for students with severe and multiple disabilities in grades 4 through 12.
- Create opportunities for resource room teachers to try new tools and techniques and collaborate with other educators working with students with severe and multiple disabilities.
- Collect information on the project’s impact on instruction, student engagement and student achievement.
Detailed information about the project is available in the Frequently Asked Questions and sample project application form on this webpage.