What Makes Squamish Special?

What Makes Squamish Special?

This past school year, grade 2 teacher Beth Smith and her class at Brackendale Elementary School participated in the SET-BC Synergy Project: Supporting the Communication Competency with Technology.

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Learn Where You Live

Learn Where You Live

At Cowichan Lake School in School District #79, classroom teacher, Lindsay Hartshorn believes in learning by doing, and in using the tools and options in your surrounding community to support educational goals.

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The iPad Connection in Dease Lake

The iPad Connection in Dease Lake

It’s minus 17 degrees outside and an impromptu blizzard is blowing in alongside the remaining rays of afternoon sun. But the temperature in Alison Gordon’s kindergarten classroom is far from icy.

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Shining a Light on Inclusion in Fort Nelson

Shining a Light on Inclusion in Fort Nelson

As a Provincial Resource Program, SET-BC supports school districts, classrooms, and students in all corners of BC. In the northeastern corner, lies the northernmost classroom to receive services in the 2017-2018 school year – R.L. Angus Elementary, in Fort Nelson.

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What is a SET-BC Classroom-Based Solution?

What is a SET-BC Classroom-Based Solution?

Each spring, interested classroom teachers can apply to their district to be one of the classrooms to receive SET-BC service for the upcoming school year. Each district will set their own application deadlines and will decide which classrooms will receive CBS support.

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