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Ontario Ministry of Education: Education Funding, Technical Paper

This paper aims to shed light on the funding allocations for the Grants for Students Needs in the 2011 – 2012 school year. This paper also intends to provide information about some aspects of the costs of education such as student transportation, grants based on school demographics and their needs, funding for student learning opportunities, […]

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An Annotated Bibliography of Resources For Teachers

This annotated bibliography is designed for Teachers to support them in their unique classrooms. In education, planning can take a great deal of time and often Teachers are spending too much time creating lessons from scratch. These resources are designed to help these Educators understand the readily available resources that can support their students. These […]

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Teaching Tips

This resource provides tips and strategies for teaching students with a variety of disabilities in Ontario’s post-secondary institutions. These include 1) visual disabilities, 2) deaf-blindness, 3) deaf, deafened or hard of hearing, 4) physical disabilities, 5) speech-related disabilities, 6) mental health disabilities, and 7) learning disabilities. This resource also includes tips on how to create […]

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Teaching Students with Disabilities

This resource provides information and strategies to support students with disabilities at the post-secondary level. These include 1) types of disabilities, 2) access to resources, 3) confidentiality, stigma, and disclosure, and 4) teaching for inclusion. Save to Board […]

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Equal Access: Universal Design of an Academic Department

This resource provides tips on how post-secondary administrators can promote accessibility within their departments. These areas include, 1) planning, policies, and evaluation, 2) facility and environment, 3) support services, 4) information resources, 5) courses and faculty, and 6) computers, software and assistive technology. This resource also has communication tips for supporting all people with disabilities, […]

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Remote learning for students with special education needs: Educator tip sheet

This tip sheet provides strategies for educators on how to support students with special needs during online instruction. Tier 1 addresses how to encourage engagement, representation, and effective structuring of time/activities. Tiers 2 and 3 divide instructional tips into synchronous and asynchronous models of teaching. Each of these two sections also provides behavioural, communicational, intellectual, […]

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Ask Me Anything: Core French

This is the second session in an online webinar series launched in response to data collected in a larger 3-year study on FSL Recruitment and Retention conducted by Dr. Stephanie Arnott and Dr. Mimi Masson at the University of Ottawa and Dr. Muriel Peguret and Dr. Gail Prasad at York University. This panel features 2 […]

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Self-Efficacy Beliefs of Novice French as a Second Language Teachers: A Case Study of Ontario Teachers

Tous les participants étaient les enseignants du français-cadre ou d’immersion (1er à 8e année). Ils étaient dans leurs premières 3 années d’enseignement. Cette étude examine la confiance des enseignants dans leur pédagogie de L2, leurs compétences linguistiques et leurs connaissances culturelles. L’étude montre que les enseignants du FLS aux écoles primaires en Ontario « ne […]

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