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  • Session Handouts | Shelley Moore, Ph.D

    LEARNING SESSIONS HANDOUTS RESOURCES AVAILABLE BEFORE OR AFTER YOUR SESSION Read Shelley’s Learning Session Handouts at Any Time Want to get a taste of what a learning session with Shelley looks like? Take a look at some of the handouts for previous sessions to see what other groups have had Shelley teach them. Feel free to use these as a jumping-off point when you reach out to Shelley so she can design a workshop or session that fits you like a tailored suit. SESSION HANDOUTS AND RESOURCES Select the Item Below to View the Resource Have you attended a session facilitated by Dr. Shelley Moore? Find the slides and resources for your session below. Is learning about inclusive education only for teachers? Inclusion is for everybody, both inside and outside a classroom. Self-advocates, teachers, support staff, administrators, leaders, parents, advocates, the list goes on. Let's make sure everybody knows about it! Does Shelley have a press kit? Yes! The press kit contains high-resolution headshots, Shelley's biography, and contact details for speaking engagements, media inquiries, or interview requests. Access the press kit below. How far in advance do I need to book Shelley? Roughly one year. If Shelley isn’t available for a speaking engagement, can she provide pre-recorded videos instead? Unfortunately, Shelley does not do any pre-recorded videos. If you want Shelley to speak at your event, please book in advance to ensure she's available. Where can I get a copy of Shelley’s book? Shelley’s bestseller, One Without the Other, is available from Portage & Main Press, Indigo, Amazon, and other retailers. Can I still use Shelley's online resources if I don't book her as a keynote speaker or coach? Yes. Shelley wants these resources accessible so anyone can learn more about how to help all students. Does Shelley do family advocacy work? Shelley’s research and work focuses on classrooms and school communities, but you can try contacting some great organizations such as Inclusion BC and the Family Support Institute if you need family support. Does Shelley speak at corporate events? Yes! The world is a classroom, and inclusion matters everywhere. Connect with Shelley and her team to learn more about how she can deliver a presentation suited to your event. Inclusive Schooling LLC Session 1 - August 8, 2023 Session 1 Handouts Session 2 - August 8, 2023 Session 2 Handouts Videos to watch School 1: Test 123 Manitoba Down Syndrome Society November 6, 2023 Session Handouts Videos to watch Border Land School Division October 11, 2023 Session Handouts Videos to watch Supported Child Development Program c/o Comox Valley Child Development Association Session 1 - November 2, 2023 Session 1 Handouts Session 2 - November 16, 2023 Session 2 Handouts Session 3 - November 23, 2023 Session 3 Handouts Session 4 - December 7, 2023 Session 4 Handouts Videos to watch Thompson Policy Institute on Disability Session 1 - August 11, 2023 Session 1 Handouts Session 2 - August 11, 2023 Session 2 Handouts Videos to watch Association of Washington School Prinicpals (AWSP) - Current Principals Session 1 - September 26, 2023 Session 1 Handouts Session 2 - October 17, 2023 Session 2 Handouts Session 3 - November 14, 2023 Session 3 Handouts Videos to watch Association of Teachers of Exceptional Children (ATEC) a professional association of Nova Scotia Teachers Union (NSTU) Session - October 27, 2023 Session Handouts Videos to watch West Vancouver School District Session 1 - October 4, 2023 Session 1 Handouts Session 2 - November 20, 2023 Session 1 Handouts Videos to watch Illume Learning Session 1 - September 11, 2023 Session 1 Handouts Session 2 - September 14, 2023 Session 2 Handouts Videos to watch Ferndale School District Session - August 25, 2023 Session Handouts Videos to watch Trafalgar Elementary School September 22, 2023 Session Handouts Videos to watch Quincy School District August 28, 2023 Session Handouts Videos to watch SD 42 - Kindergarten Learning Series 23/24 Session - October 16, 2023 Session Handouts Videos to watch Two Rivers Public School District Session 1 - November 15, 2023 Session 1 Handouts Session 2 - December 6, 2023 Session 2 Handouts Videos to watch Prairie Rose School Division October 12, 2023 Session Handouts Videos to watch North Vancouver School District (#44) Session 1 - September 27, 2023 Session 1 Handouts Session 2 - October 5, 2023 Session 2 Handouts Videos to watch EBUS Academy Session 1 - October 5, 2023 Session 1 Handouts Session 2 - November 2, 2023 Session 2 Handouts Videos to watch Christ the Teacher Catholic School Division Session - November 10, 2023 Session Handouts Videos to watch Community Living Hamilton Session - October 30, 2023 Session Handouts Videos to watch Template School Session 1 - March 12, 2023 Session 1 Handouts Session 1 Resources Session 2 - May 30, 2023 Session 2 Handouts Session 2 Resources Session 3 - September 14, 2023 Session 3 Handouts Session 4 Resources Videos to watch Clover Park School District Session 1 - August 9, 2023 Session 1 Handouts Session 2 - August 9, 2023 Session 2 Handouts Videos to watch Family Support Institute of BC (FSI) Day 1 - August 21, 2023 Day 1 Handouts Day 2 - August 22, 2023 Day 2 Handouts Day 3 - August 23, 2023 Day 3 Handouts Videos to watch City of Kingston Session 1 - November 1, 2023 Session 1 Handouts Session 2 - November 15, 2023 Session 2 Handouts Session 3 - November 22, 2023 Session 3 Handouts Videos to watch Australian Association for Special Education (AASE) Keynote - September 7, 2023 Keynote Handouts Breakout Session - September 7, 2023 Breakout Session Handouts Keynote - September 8, 2023 Keynote Handouts Breakout Session - September , 2023 Breakout Session Handouts Closing - September 8, 2023 Closing Handouts Videos to watch Algonquin and Lakeshore Catholic District School Board Session 1 - September 27, 2023 Session 1 Handouts Session 2 - November 22, 2023 Session 2 Handouts Videos to watch Council for Inclusive Education Keynote - October 13, 2023 Keynote Handouts Session 1 - October 13, 2023 Session 1 Handouts Session 2 - October 13, 2023 Session 2 Handouts Videos to watch Prince Edward-Lennox & Addington Social Services-Children’s Services October 5, 2023 Session Handouts Videos to watch Student Supports Unit- Student Achievement and Supports Branch, Ministry of Education Session 1 - November 8, 2023 Session 1 Handouts Session 2 - November 9, 2023 Session 2 Handouts Videos to watch Los Angeles County Office of Education Session 1 - November 16, 2023 Session 1 Handouts Videos to watch Medina Central School District Session 1 - October 18, 2023 Session 1 Handouts Session 2 - November 2, 2023 Session 2 Handouts Videos to watch Arlington Public Schools Keynote - August 30, 2023 Keynote Handouts Breakout Session - August 30, 2023 Breakout Handouts Videos to watch Superior-Greenstone District School Board (SGDSB) Session 1 - September 28, 2023 Session 1 Handouts Session 2 - October 19, 2023 Session 2 Handouts Session 3 - November 23, 2023 Session 3 Handouts Session 4 - December 7, 2023 Session 4 Handouts Videos to watch Richmond Cares, Richmond Gives December 2, 2023 Session 1 Handouts Videos to watch Bowen Island Learning Series Session 1 - October 18, 2023 Session 1 Handouts Session 2 - November 1, 2023 Session 2 Handouts Videos to watch

  • Coaching & Consulting | Shelley Moore, Ph.D

    COACHING & CONSULTING BRING SHELLEY IN-HOUSE TO WORK WITH YOUR TEAM Work With a Leader in Inclusion Recognized for her research and experience around inclusion in classroom and schools, Shelley is passionate about provoking real change in the education system. Bringing Shelley in-house to collaborate with your team gives you a wealth of experience, knowledge, and tools that you can apply to deliver practical outcomes for learners. I really appreciated Shelley's sense of humour and her ability to give real-world examples that made her ideas more tangible. - Consulting Client RESPONDING TO LOCAL AND SITUATED CONTEXTS Increasing Inclusive Opportunities for Students Collaborative Coaching Shelley's expertise makes her an asset for district, school, or classroom teams needing help with their inclusive strategy and approach. Book Shelley for three or more sessions where you and your team work directly with Shelley to identify goals, create action plans, take action, and enact change in your local community. Collaborative Consulting Shelley's an educator, first and foremost, and she offers insight, expertise, and facilitated problem-solving and visioning for classrooms, schools, districts, teams and beyond. LEARN WITH SHELLEY

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  • Video Series | Shelley Moore, Ph.D

    VIDEO SERIES LEARN ABOUT INCLUSIVE EDUCATION TOPICS IN ABOUT FIVE MINUTES Short and Sweet Informative Videos Every Month As a teacher, Shelley knows free time is in short supply. To help educators access information about bringing inclusivity into the classroom, she’s created short-form video content that highlights a new idea or concept in an accessible way. Wonderfully awkward, conversational, and easily understood through storytelling, metaphors, and video animations, Shelley’s short videos give you some food for thought that’s easy to digest. VISIT YOUTUBE CHANNEL FIVE MOORE MINUTES Inclusive Education: It's Not More Work, It's Different Work! Play Video Play Video We're Back! Five Moore Minutes Season 5! Play Video Play Video Under the Table - The Importance of Presuming Competence | Shelley Moore | TEDxLangleyED Under the Table tells the story of how our assumptions influence not only how we act, but how we treat others. This story is one of understanding and realization that all students are are capable and contributors in their communities. We know that diversity is a strength, but if we are to truly move inclusive education forward in our schools, we need to understand the essential component of presuming competence. Shelley Moore has worked in both elementary and secondary schools supporting students with and without special needs in inclusive contexts in Alberta, New York and British Columbia. She is currently an inclusive consultant in the Richmond School District, as well as various other districts throughout the province. She has presented conferences both nationally and internationally, and is a sessional instructor at Simon Fraser University, University of British Columbia and University Of British Columbia - Okanagan This talk was given at a TEDx event using the TED conference format but independently organized by a local community. Learn more at http://ted.com/tedx Play Video Play Video The End of Average!? Disrupting the green of education! Are you ready to see 'The End of Average?' This episode builds on a metaphor shared in Todd Rose’s book, "The End of Average.” It focuses on how we can break away from the education system’s over value on standardization and homogeneity, and why it just doesn’t make sense for real life learners! To check out Todd Rose's book, click here: https://tinyurl.com/ydynhbag For episode discussion questions, activities and research connected to this episode, head over to www.fivemooreminutes.com and don't miss The Five Moore Minutes podcast where we interview the real life Todd Rose! For recommended resources to support inclusion, including books by Shelley Moore check out: https://www.amazon.ca/shop/tweetsomemoore?ref=cm_sw_tw_r_inf_own_tweetsomemoore_dp_jrYlVDrqERlpA Play Video Play Video Dr. Baked Potato: How can we scaffold complexity? Welcome to Season 2! In this episode we break down the barrier of complexity through the metaphor of baked potatoes! How can we help learners to start together rather than trying to get everyone to end int he same place. It is the secret to teaching to a diverse range of students and can even help us plan our next family dinner!!! For recommended resources to support inclusion, including books by Shelley Moore check out: https://www.amazon.ca/shop/tweetsomemoore?ref=cm_sw_tw_r_inf_own_tweetsomemoore_dp_jrYlVDrqERlpA Play Video Play Video The Evolution of Inclusion: The past and future of education Five Moore Minutes Episode 1- The Evolution of Inclusion! In episode one of the Five Moore Minutes series, Shelley Moore talks about how inclusion has evolved over time. From the community living, to the neighborhood school movements, this episode helps us to understand what inclusion is, by looking at, and learning from, the past as well as challenging our present assumptions and contexts to evolve inclusion into the future! Subscribe to the Podcast here: https://fivemooreminutes.podbean.com For recommended resources to support inclusion, including books by Shelley Moore check out: https://www.amazon.ca/shop/tweetsomemoore?ref=cm_sw_tw_r_inf_own_tweetsomemoore_dp_jrYlVDrqERlpA

  • About | Shelley Moore, Ph.D

    ABOUT SHELLEY FROM MS. MOORE TO DR. SHELLEY MOORE, PH.D. Creating Access for all Students Like many others, Shelley didn’t feel like she fit into the educational system she grew up in. After a convoluted educational journey, Shelley finally received her bachelor’s degree in special education (University of Alberta), then promptly hopped on a Greyhound bus and moved to NYC to kick off her teaching career. After two years of teaching in New York, Shelley moved again, making a home in Vancouver, BC, as a resource support teacher for students with intellectual and developmental disabilities. On Canada's west coast, Shelley received her master's (Simon Fraser University) and Ph.D. (University of British Columbia), which focused on learning about and researching inclusive education theory and practices. Her award-winning Ph.D. dissertation investigated how to support teachers to increase access to secondary grade-level academic curriculum for students with intellectual disabilities. She now draws from her experience as a student, teacher, and researcher to advocate and promote inclusion and equity for all learners. AIMING FOR THE OUTSIDE PINS: TEACHING TO THE HARDEST TO REACH The Power of Universal Design and Strength-Based Perspectives If you ask Shelley, bowling can change education. She uses bowling as a metaphor for inclusive teaching. Think of the ball as our plan and the pins as the students. Instead of aiming for the middle pins, professional bowlers aim for the outside pins. This creates a bigger domino effect and knocks down more pins with one ball. We can use bowling to help us understand a powerful inclusive approach: Universal Design for Learning (UDL)—by adjusting our approach and aiming for the students that are hardest to reach, we can meet the needs of more students. Inclusion is not a destination. Being inclusive means taking deliberate actions every day that reflect commitments to presuming competence, ensuring student agency, responding to student needs, and building identity-forming communities. This is a very different approach than the educational legacies still lingering for many students with disabilities, which often focuses on deficits, separate and self-contained spaces, and a lack of access to grade-level curriculum and high quality instruction, especially as students grow older. All students can learn—even if it looks different or sounds different than we expect. Understanding that all students can access and grow within any and all contexts is a mindset that relies on strength-based perspectives. Ability takes many forms, and everyone has something to offer. Believing and trusting in the strengths and abilities of all students enables us to find different ways to connect to and teach anyone, especially when we work together and rely on the rich expertise of the students, their families, educators and support staff, and leaders in our schools and communities. VIEW SERVICES

  • Dr. Shelley Moore, Five Moore Minutes, Outside Pin Consulting | inclusive education

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  • Podcast | Shelley Moore, Ph.D

    PODCAST INTERVIEWS AND CONVERSATIONS ABOUT INCLUSION Hear Real Life Stories About How People Are Making Inclusion Happen Shelley and other inclusion advocates discuss efforts being made to strengthen inclusion and problem solve barriers. Produced in line with the monthly 5MM YouTube series, these podcasts add to the conversation around relevant ideas and topics in inclusive education. VISIT PODCAST CHANNEL THE FIVE MOORE MINUTES PODAST The Infrastructure of Inclusion and More

  • Learning Series | Shelley Moore, Ph.D

    LEARNING SERIES SUPPORTING INCLUSION THROUGH COLLABORATIVE, INQUIRY ORIENTED PROFESSIONAL LEARNING Shifting Thinking and Practice Over Time Whether you’re just starting out on your inclusion journey, or are further along the path, a learning series is a great opportunity for collaborative teams to deepen their understanding and practice of inclusion. Customized to meet your learning needs, each cohort-based series consists of 6-8 sessions delivered throughout the school year that build on each other. Teams participate in collaborative activities that encourage reflection and action over time in response to the participants' situated contexts. You can choose between virtual or in-person delivery or a combination of both. Each series contains core learning sessions, and you can add additional options such as collaborative coaching sessions, celebration sessions, and school visits. This series made me understand the meaning of being inclusive. It made me excited to try new approaches with my students. - Learning Series Participant MEETING YOU WHERE YOU ARE AND MOVING FORWARD Ongoing, Collaborative, Inquiry-Oriented, Learning Series The Infrastructure of Inclusion This series is for schools and classrooms that are beginning their inclusive journey or hoping to continue moving forward. Designed for leaders and support teams, the series looks at some infrastructural conditions that promote inclusive opportunities for students. Teams are guided through topics such as the importance of positive teacher and staff attitudes, placement and programming decisions, the role of peers and support staff, purposeful individualizied programming and inclusive classroom planning for all. Designing for Diversity This series is designed for classroom teams and looks at various practical inclusive approaches aimed at getting to know and responding to student needs and reducing barriers in universal and individualized ways. This series will also walk through curriculum design approaches which allow for both access and challenge in grade level curriculum for any learner. We will touch on inclusive assessment strategies and look at many examples of real classrooms doing this work. BOOK A LEARNING SERIES

  • Our Team | Shelley Moore, Ph.D

    OUR TEAM MEET THE CHANGEMAKERS HELPING TRANSFORM CLASSROOMS Working Together to Foster Diversity and Inclusion The Outside Pin team is on a mission to empower teachers and educational leaders to support every learner. With a multi-disciplinary group dedicated to enhancing diversity and inclusion in the classroom, Shelley's team is here to help. No matter your needs, you'll find an offering that fits what you're looking for in the Outside Pin ecosystem—our team makes it all happen. WORKING TO CONNECT WITH EVERY PIN Meet the Players on our Bowling Team Shelley Moore OUTSIDE PIN Shelley has worked with students, classrooms, and schools K-12 as a teacher, leader, consultant, and coach. She is also an adjunct professor at the University of British Columbia working with teacher candidates beginning their career. Shelley holds an undergraduate degree in Special Education (University of Alberta), a master's (Simon Fraser University), and a Ph.D. (University of British Columbia). Her first book, One Without the Other, is a best seller and is a follow-up resource to her January 2016 TEDx talk. She has authored and co-authored peer-reviewed articles, and her research has been featured at national and international conferences. Shelley has been hosted on blog posts and been a guest on numerous podcasts, including Think Inclusive, Free Range Humans, The Tom Shimmer Podcast, Good Things in Life Podcast, and Let’s Talk Science. As an outside pin, Shelley, is the dreamer who thinks outside the box and is often caught wandering about, finding trouble, and going rogue. ​ When Shelley isn’t working, she is running around Bowen Island with her family: her wife Jessica, her two daughters Mette and Iben and their Irish Terrier, Ruth. Jennifer Riddel HEAD PIN Growing up in Edmonton, AB, Jennifer obtained her BSc and BEd from the University of Alberta and was a teacher on call following her move to Victoria, BC, in 2006. In 2007, she focused in on educational resource development with Open School BC in the BC Public Service. ​ During her time with Open School BC and in the Ministry of Education, she held roles including instructional designer, project manager, team manager, Director of Open School BC, and Executive Director of Online Learning and Educational Resources. ​ In 2023, after a move to the Cowichan Valley, Jennifer joined the team at Outside Pin, to support and help manage a growing business. As the headpin of business operations for Outside Pin Consulting, Jennifer holds a variety of roles, including establishing and implementing business systems, leading client relations, financial operations, and various projects, administering online courses, and coordinating live events. Jennifer, our Head Pin, keeps us all focused and on task, and has exceptional skills in creating data tables, using check lists, and reminding Shelley to pay her bills. ​ When Jennifer is not working, she is taking her dog for a walk, preferable near water. She encourages birds to make nests on her deck and will enjoy their company while looking at the sun rise eating blackberries. Cream in her coffee is a must and so is crafting and jewellery making while her wife cheers for the Toronto Maple Leafs (preferably in a separate room). Kayla Shand PINSETTER Kayla, born and raised in Southern Alberta, now resides in Edmonton, AB. Her educational background includes a Bachelor of Management from Concordia University in Edmonton. She spent 10 years as a recruiter in the energy industry and has been working with Outside Pin Consulting for 3.5 years. Her roles on the team include contract management, liaising with clients, and administering bookings. Pinsetter Kayla keeps us all in line and makes sure we get up after we fall down! She keeps everyone in the know on important updates and deadlines. She is excellent at reminders and keeping meetings short and to the point! ​ When Kayla is not working, she is watching reruns of Ted Lasso and hoping Carlos Sainz beats Max Verstappen in the next F1 race, which all happens in-between 4 year old twin nap management. She loves when her husband cooks and appreciates a good blanket. Pineapples will always bring her a smile and a week at the beach will bring her sanity. David Andrew BALL RETURN David is a lifelong resident of Edmonton, Alberta, with a Diploma in Business Administration and Management from NAIT and a Certificate in Adult and Continuing Education (CACE) from the University of Alberta. His role at Outside Pin Consulting includes video editing for Shelley’s virtual sessions and additional technical support. David is the ball return on our team because we throw anything and everything at him and he always send its back in a timely, organized, and reliable way…the total opposite of Shelley. When David isn’t working, he is refereeing football games dreaming of one day making it to the CFL. He is a diehard Nintendo Lego Indiana Jones fan and spends many hours or strategizing way to enroll his children into sports that will increase the likelihood of them going to the Olympics.

  • Press Kit | Shelley Moore, Ph.D

    PRESS KIT WANT TO PUBLISH CONTENT ABOUT SHELLEY AND HER WORK? Access the Press Kit Shelley is a highly sought-after teacher, speaker, and storyteller. Find all the information and resources you need to spotlight Shelley in your publication or advertising. The press kit includes high-resolution headshots, Shelley's biography, and contact details for speaking engagements, media inquiries, or interview requests. DOWNLOAD THE PRESS KIT

  • FAQ | Shelley Moore, Ph.D

    FAQ COMMON QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS ABOUT SHELLEY AND INCLUSIVE EDUCATION Get to Know More About Shelley and Her Work Shelley receives many messages asking about her work in special education, inclusion, and diversity. If you have questions, browse through the queries below to see if we can answer your query here. FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS Select the Question Below to View the Answer Can’t find what you’re looking for? Get in touch , and we’ll respond as soon as we can. Is learning about inclusive education only for teachers? Inclusion is for everybody, both inside and outside a classroom. Self-advocates, teachers, support staff, administrators, leaders, parents, advocates, the list goes on. Let's make sure everybody knows about it! Does Shelley have a press kit? Yes! The press kit contains high-resolution headshots, Shelley's biography, and contact details for speaking engagements, media inquiries, or interview requests. Access the press kit below. How far in advance do I need to book Shelley? Roughly one year. If Shelley isn’t available for a speaking engagement, can she provide pre-recorded videos instead? Unfortunately, Shelley does not do any pre-recorded videos. If you want Shelley to speak at your event, please book in advance to ensure she's available. Where can I get a copy of Shelley’s book? Shelley’s bestseller, One Without the Other, is available from Portage & Main Press, Indigo, Amazon, and other retailers. Can I still use Shelley's online resources if I don't book her as a keynote speaker or coach? Yes. Shelley wants these resources accessible so anyone can learn more about how to help all students. Does Shelley do family advocacy work? Shelley’s research and work focuses on classrooms and school communities, but you can try contacting some great organizations such as Inclusion BC and the Family Support Institute if you need family support. Does Shelley speak at corporate events? Yes! The world is a classroom, and inclusion matters everywhere. Connect with Shelley and her team to learn more about how she can deliver a presentation suited to your event. Inclusive Schooling LLC Session 1 - August 8, 2023 Session 1 Handouts Session 2 - August 8, 2023 Session 2 Handouts Videos to watch School 1: Test 123 Manitoba Down Syndrome Society November 6, 2023 Session Handouts Videos to watch Border Land School Division October 11, 2023 Session Handouts Videos to watch Supported Child Development Program c/o Comox Valley Child Development Association Session 1 - November 2, 2023 Session 1 Handouts Session 2 - November 16, 2023 Session 2 Handouts Session 3 - November 23, 2023 Session 3 Handouts Session 4 - December 7, 2023 Session 4 Handouts Videos to watch Thompson Policy Institute on Disability Session 1 - August 11, 2023 Session 1 Handouts Session 2 - August 11, 2023 Session 2 Handouts Videos to watch Association of Washington School Prinicpals (AWSP) - Current Principals Session 1 - September 26, 2023 Session 1 Handouts Session 2 - October 17, 2023 Session 2 Handouts Session 3 - November 14, 2023 Session 3 Handouts Videos to watch Association of Teachers of Exceptional Children (ATEC) a professional association of Nova Scotia Teachers Union (NSTU) Session - October 27, 2023 Session Handouts Videos to watch West Vancouver School District Session 1 - October 4, 2023 Session 1 Handouts Session 2 - November 20, 2023 Session 1 Handouts Videos to watch Illume Learning Session 1 - September 11, 2023 Session 1 Handouts Session 2 - September 14, 2023 Session 2 Handouts Videos to watch Ferndale School District Session - August 25, 2023 Session Handouts Videos to watch Trafalgar Elementary School September 22, 2023 Session Handouts Videos to watch Quincy School District August 28, 2023 Session Handouts Videos to watch SD 42 - Kindergarten Learning Series 23/24 Session - October 16, 2023 Session Handouts Videos to watch Two Rivers Public School District Session 1 - November 15, 2023 Session 1 Handouts Session 2 - December 6, 2023 Session 2 Handouts Videos to watch Prairie Rose School Division October 12, 2023 Session Handouts Videos to watch North Vancouver School District (#44) Session 1 - September 27, 2023 Session 1 Handouts Session 2 - October 5, 2023 Session 2 Handouts Videos to watch EBUS Academy Session 1 - October 5, 2023 Session 1 Handouts Session 2 - November 2, 2023 Session 2 Handouts Videos to watch Christ the Teacher Catholic School Division Session - November 10, 2023 Session Handouts Videos to watch Community Living Hamilton Session - October 30, 2023 Session Handouts Videos to watch Template School Session 1 - March 12, 2023 Session 1 Handouts Session 1 Resources Session 2 - May 30, 2023 Session 2 Handouts Session 2 Resources Session 3 - September 14, 2023 Session 3 Handouts Session 4 Resources Videos to watch Clover Park School District Session 1 - August 9, 2023 Session 1 Handouts Session 2 - August 9, 2023 Session 2 Handouts Videos to watch Family Support Institute of BC (FSI) Day 1 - August 21, 2023 Day 1 Handouts Day 2 - August 22, 2023 Day 2 Handouts Day 3 - August 23, 2023 Day 3 Handouts Videos to watch City of Kingston Session 1 - November 1, 2023 Session 1 Handouts Session 2 - November 15, 2023 Session 2 Handouts Session 3 - November 22, 2023 Session 3 Handouts Videos to watch Australian Association for Special Education (AASE) Keynote - September 7, 2023 Keynote Handouts Breakout Session - September 7, 2023 Breakout Session Handouts Keynote - September 8, 2023 Keynote Handouts Breakout Session - September , 2023 Breakout Session Handouts Closing - September 8, 2023 Closing Handouts Videos to watch Algonquin and Lakeshore Catholic District School Board Session 1 - September 27, 2023 Session 1 Handouts Session 2 - November 22, 2023 Session 2 Handouts Videos to watch Council for Inclusive Education Keynote - October 13, 2023 Keynote Handouts Session 1 - October 13, 2023 Session 1 Handouts Session 2 - October 13, 2023 Session 2 Handouts Videos to watch Prince Edward-Lennox & Addington Social Services-Children’s Services October 5, 2023 Session Handouts Videos to watch Student Supports Unit- Student Achievement and Supports Branch, Ministry of Education Session 1 - November 8, 2023 Session 1 Handouts Session 2 - November 9, 2023 Session 2 Handouts Videos to watch Los Angeles County Office of Education Session 1 - November 16, 2023 Session 1 Handouts Videos to watch Medina Central School District Session 1 - October 18, 2023 Session 1 Handouts Session 2 - November 2, 2023 Session 2 Handouts Videos to watch Arlington Public Schools Keynote - August 30, 2023 Keynote Handouts Breakout Session - August 30, 2023 Breakout Handouts Videos to watch Superior-Greenstone District School Board (SGDSB) Session 1 - September 28, 2023 Session 1 Handouts Session 2 - October 19, 2023 Session 2 Handouts Session 3 - November 23, 2023 Session 3 Handouts Session 4 - December 7, 2023 Session 4 Handouts Videos to watch Richmond Cares, Richmond Gives December 2, 2023 Session 1 Handouts Videos to watch Bowen Island Learning Series Session 1 - October 18, 2023 Session 1 Handouts Session 2 - November 1, 2023 Session 2 Handouts Videos to watch

  • Home | Shelley Moore, Ph.D

    Championing inclusive education for all students LEARN MOORE SESSION HANDOUTS WELCOME HI, I'M SHELLEY Hello there, I’m Dr. Shelley Moore. I am a teacher, researcher, speaker, and storyteller with a background in inclusive and special education, curriculum, and teacher professional development. I work with school districts and community organizations locally, nationally, and internationally to support practical, evidence-based approaches to increase access for all learners. I offer a variety of opportunities for classroom, school, district, and systems-level learning. I would love to learn and work with you, so please reach out with any requests, questions, or comments! ABOUT SHELLEY TEACHER, RESEARCHER, CONSULTANT, Storyteller . SERVICES Inclusion: It’s Not More Work, It’s Different Work Shelley offers many opportunities to learn about and engage with inclusive education approaches, frameworks, and practices designed to effectively meet the needs of diverse learning communities. Keynotes and Workshops Are you booking a speaker for a one-time event? Shelley’s a captivating storyteller who uses the experiences of students, teachers, and families to explain how current research-based frameworks and practices apply to everyday teaching and learning contexts. FIND OUT MOORE Learning Series Deep dive into inclusive education approaches in a collaborative, cohort-based learning series. Each session builds on the previous one to give teams an in-depth understanding of the topics and opportunities and try out new approaches between sessions. The Learning Series are inquiry-oriented, encouraging participants to reflect on shifts in thinking and practice. FIND OUT MOORE Coaching and Consulting Gather your district, school, or classroom team and meet with Shelley for guided, collaborative planning on personalized topics, problem-solving, and goal setting. FIND OUT MOORE About FIVE MOORE MINUTES Stories, Resources, and Strategies Shelley is the creator and host of Five Moore Minutes, a YouTube channel, podcast, book club, and resource hub that aims to provoke thinking, facilitate deeper understanding, and share practical strategies connected to inclusive topics and ideas. VIEW MOORE RESOURCES Tools for Building Inclusive Classrooms Awareness about the importance of diversity and inclusion in education is increasing. Still, there is much more work to do. Download and access any of the free resources that Shelley has provided. Session Handouts and Participant Materials Individual Inclusive Planning Templates COMING SOON Classroom Inclusive Planning Templates COMING SOON VIEW ALL RESOURCES GET THE LATEST UPDATES AND CONTENT Subscribe to our Newsletter SUBSCRIBE Thanks for subscribing!

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