Training Opportunity: Promoting Inclusion, Learning, and Meaningful Relationships Using Peer Support Strategies

Featuring: Dr. Erik Carter

In Calgary

Ramada Plaza Calgary Airport
May 27, 2014, 9:00 am – 3:30 pm

In Edmonton

Edmonton (ATA Barnett House) 11010 – 142 Street NW

May 26, 2014, 9:00 am – 3:30 pm

This interactive workshop will address practical and promising approaches for developing supports and fostering relationships among students with and without significant disabilities both in the classroom and throughout the broader life of their schools. High schools can provide rich social and communication experiences. Ensuring that students with cognitive disabilities, autism and other developmental disabilities benefit from these opportunities is an important challenge.
This learning opportunity includes similar outcomes to when Dr. Carter presented in May of 2013. Dr. Carter will share updates, new examples, activities and understanding around peer support.
To register and obtain a copy of Dr. Carter’s book, visit:
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Dr. Erik Carter Recaps Capitol Hill Briefing in Support of Education Research