Levi in the classroom with his classmate participating class activity together

Learning with Levi

Meet Levi, who is currently in Grade 5 at Nechako Elementary in the community of Kitimat. Levi enjoys school and being with his peers. Levi is well loved by his peers, but due to his non-verbal communication, it has been challenging to provide opportunities for Levi to respond or meaningfully participate in daily classroom activities and routines.
A student holding up an mounted iPad with screen displaying a TouchChat PageSet

Silver’s Inner Chatterbox Now Shines

Meet Silver, who is currently in grade 6 at Cedar Grove Elementary in the community of Gibsons, on the Sunshine Coast. Silver is a non-speaking student with many interests as well as a passion for learning and playing with her peers.

Team-Building with Clicker 7

SET-BC Classroom-Based Solutions rely on the committed and invigorating energy that often occurs when teachers collaborate to support their students.

J’ai la Technologie Donc J’Essaie

Enseigner le français langue seconde au huitième niveau demande qu’on cherche toujours de nouvelles façons d’engager les élèves.
Brooke uses her large screen

Brooke Has the Touch When it Comes to Learning

A large touch screen computer allows Brooke to participate in many activities. With the larger monitor Brooke can more easily see what is on the screen.
Kristian speaking in interview

Presenting Kristian

Universal Design for Learning (UDL) is a set of principles which guides the inclusive classroom.
Student shooting iPad photos

Spring and the UDL is Easy!

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!
Alison Bos with her students

iEngaged with UDL

Allison Bos describes how the use of iPad technology allows her to present activities that are more creative and accessible to all students.
Haida elder teaching a child

Oral to Digital Storytelling in Haida Gwaii

Once a month, Tricia’s students visited the Skidegate Haida Immersion Program (SHIP) - an outstanding program in which Haida Elders work with Language Learners to preserve and revitalize the Haida language.
Fort Nelson sign on old building

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.
Student in rain gear

A Little Rain Can’t Keep Us from Writing!

The Environmental School Project in Maple Ridge is an initiative supported by place-based, imaginative and ecological education.
Teachers in Quesnel, BC

Keeping their Eye on Communication in Quesnel

Many teams working with students who have significant physical access challenges look to eye gaze technology as a possible solution.