Course Outcomes – Learning Differences and Inclusion

TRB Standards Course Outcomes Demonstration of Outcomes
1 Educators value and care for all students and act in their best interests. 1. Explore ways to create an inclusive and welcoming context where all students will be invited to belong.
3 Educators understand and apply knowledge of student growth and development. 2. Consider cognitive, emotional and social development of students with learning differences.
4 Educators value the involvement and support of parents, guardians, families and communities in schools. 3. Consider models and ways work alongside parents and community
5 Educators implement effective practices in areas of planning, instruction, assessment, evaluation and reporting. 4. Analyze practices of assessment that help teachers to come to a working understanding of the needs of all students.            5. Explore and develop classroom and school inclusive programs and best practices that support all learners              6. Become familiar with B.C. Guidelines and Definitions in the field of Special Education  






Through seminars and in class first week.

6 Educators have a broad knowledge base and understand the subject areas they teach. 7. Explore high and low incidence exceptionalities  Through seminars and large group presentations
7 Educators engage in career-long learning 8. Consider practices of self care and living within our limits
8 Educators contribute to the profession All of the above  Cross Curricular Outcomes 615