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Teaching to Diversity: ESL, Learning Assistance, Special Education

A joint project of BCTF Research, Special Education Association, Learning Assistance Teachers' Association, and English as a Second Language Provincial Specialist Association

Teaching to Diversity: ESL, Learning Assistance, Special Education is a subsite of the BCTF website. It is designed to support educators of school aged students of all abilities with information, strategies and resources related to special education, learning assistance and ESL.

Learners' Needs/Profiles, Designations, and
Documentation/Forms
 
General Resources  Topic-specific Resources 

Special Education 

Learning Assistance 

English as a Second Language 

Glossary of terms 

Provincial policies/reports 

Sample scenarios 

Professional Development 

Links 

BC projects 

Online journals 

Parent support 

General 

Adaptations 

Modifications 

Strategies 

Collaboration & Teamwork 

Transitions 

Speech/Language 

Students' Mental Health 


For information on other diversity issues such as antiracism, homophobia and heterosexism, poverty, and status of women, please go to the BCTF social justice page.

Contact us

 

Teaching to Diversity poster 

 

To order copies of the BCTF Teaching to Diversity poster, please email diversity@bctf.ca.

Teaching to Diversity: ESL, Learning Assistance, Special Education is a work in progress. If you would like to suggest additional material for inclusion or provide feedback, please contact diversity@bctf.ca. We also invite you to submit announcements of local PD events. To discuss the concept or direction of the project, please contact the BCTF Research Department.

Disclaimer

The Teaching to Diversity: ESL, Learning Assistance, Special Education subsite contains links to other web sites from many of our pages. We have visited and selected the sites based on their credibility and relevancy at the time the links were included on our pages. The BCTF is not responsible for the content on those sites, and the views expressed by the authors or creators of the websites do not necessarily represent the views of the British Columbia Teachers' Federation.


The BCTF acknowledges the considerable contributions to the development of Teaching to Diversity by members of the Special Education Association, the Learning Assistance Teachers' Association, and the English as a Second Language Provincial Specialist Association.