Last fall, educators in SD#42 met to explore how the built in accessibility features of the iPad iOS system could be used to support a variety of student needs.
On October 31st and November 1st, 2018, SET-BC had the privilege of hosting a 2-day intensive training session for mentors from six BC school districts on the topic of Classroom technologies and First Peoples Principles of Learning.
On November 22nd and 23rd, the SET-BC Provincial Centre was honoured to provide space for the Children’s Low Vision Project of B.C. Nineteen students from pre-K to Grade 12 received invaluable support from a dedicated team of professionals.
SET-BC was very pleased to have hosted Dr. Jennifer Katz on November 16th as she presented her session entitled “Numeracy to Support Diverse Learners”. This session focused on universally designed numeracy instruction…
On October 5th, SD75 educators met to explore Project Based Learning and how it can be used to explore curricular content, teach 21st century skills and meet the diverse needs in their classrooms.
On September 21st we hosted Amy Block as she facilitated a very interactive workshop that explored how to support students’ multiple intelligences in the classroom setting. It was a great start to another year of SET-BC Provincial Workshops!
On September 24th, SET-BC has the wonderful opportunity to support SD60 educators as they explored how iOS accessibility features and apps could support the diverse literacy and numeracy needs of their students.
On September 21st, SD#10 educators met at Nakusp Elementary to discuss how technology could be meaningfully implemented within a Universal Design for Learning framework. A great start to a year of exploring how apps can support curricular goals and activities!