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Collaborative Consulting in Alberta Schools

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Facilitator(s): Michelle Dechaine
Mike Heckbert
Carolyn Hovey-Johnson
Date:September 21, 2018
Time:9:00 am – 3:30 pm
(includes lunch, which is not prepared in a nut/gluten-free environment)
Location: Sherwood Park (Community Centre and County Hall)
401 Festival Lane
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Course code: 19-IE-056

Target Audience

District Leaders/Consultants, School-based Administrators

Also Recommended For

Teachers, Educational Specialists, Instructional Leaders, RSCD Team Members and anyone committed to ensuring success for students

About this learning opportunity

In this interactive session, you will engage in activities that build an understanding of and foundational practices for collaborative consulting in schools to support the needs of diverse learners. The application of models and strategies for effective collaboration with educators will be explored. This includes facilitating collaborative consultation by navigating the Pyramid of Intervention and using Stages of Change model to facilitate change though questions and honouring expertise of all.

The presenters are from the Peace Collaborative Services (PCS) Team in Grande Prairie, Alberta. For several years Peace Collaborative Services has focused on using change theory and pyramid of intervention in order to collaboratively work with educators to support student success, including students with specialized services. Using these foundational practices and approaches, PCS Team members have successfully collaborated educators in schools of various sizes across multiple school districts to build capacity and foster student success.

This session addresses the LQS competency #4: Leading a Learning Community
This session addresses the TQS competency #4: Establishing Inclusive Learning Environments

This learning opportunity is being provided through funding from Alberta Education.

About the facilitator(s)

Michelle Dechaine (Occupational Therapist), Mike Heckbert (Psychologist) and Carolyn Hovey-Johnson (Speech-Language Pathologist) are Peace Collaborative Services Team members who have up to 16 years' experience working in school-based practice settings supporting the educational needs of students with diverse student profiles.  

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