Click on the Inquiry Question links below to see the full survey response and learn what each PLC group is exploring.
- Does an intentional, structured group learning approach for social skill development result in the formation of friendships and relationships between students who have communication differences (i.e. who use alternative and augmentative communication systems) with each other and with students within the greater school community (year two)
- How to engage and empower students to use Text to Speech and Speech to Text to support their learning?
- How will the method of providing recommendations impact the level of implementation? Increase access to specialists’ information about recommendations for specific learning needs (e.g. modelling, centralized location to access specific resources). Increase involvement in implementation of recommendations.
- Does the provision of a local outreach clinic for wheelchair/seating prescription and provision improve the fit and condition of the equipment needed by SD71 wheelchair users?
- Will increased understanding of assessment measures and data improve interventions
- How will implementing best strategies help students self-regulate and be available for learning?
- How can a group of specialists with different areas of expertise work together to adapt or modify units that will benefit of a variety of learners thereby empowering teachers to include all these learners?
- What impact does direct social skills instruction (through groups) have on student’s social performance at school?
- Does an intentional, structured and individualized approach to create more opportunities for meaningful connections between students who have communication differences with each other and other students positively affect everyone’s school experience?
- Comprehensive Presentation from Student Services’ Inquiry #6 (Click on the linked question below to download this file in order to view it. It is worth downloading!) “Does an intentional, structured and individualized approach to create more opportunities for meaningful connections between students who have communication differences with each other and other students positively affect everyone’s school experience?“