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Creating Inclusive Learning Environments

Creating Inclusive Learning Environments

Workshop | Postponed to Fall 2017

Students with mental health challenges, learning difficulties, and physical disabilities often struggle in a classroom setting. In this workshop, we’ll engage in a dialogue on how to support and respond to these EAL learners. Instructors and tutors will be able to share their questions and concerns related to working with students facing multiple barriers. We’ll highlight useful resources and discuss ways of creating inclusive learning environments through supportive and practical approaches.

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Cost: BC TEAL members $45; non-members $55

Amea Wilbur completed her Doctorate at UBC looking at how to make government funded language for adults more inclusive for students who have experienced trauma. She has facilitated numerous workshops on how to support students with multiple barriers in the EAL classroom. Dr. Wilbur currently works for Pacific Immigrant Resources Society.
Sara Yuen (M.Ed, TESL) has worked for the past 20 years as an ESL instructor, program coordinator and TESOL teacher trainer at Vancouver Community College, Langara College and Collingwood Neighbourhood House. She has experience creating supportive learning environments to meet the needs of diverse learners with different barriers and needs.

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