Welcome to Inclusive Learning

The goal of our Inclusive Learning Department is to
ensure students who require specialized supports have
access to academic and programming assistance to
successfully complete high school.

Live Presentations

English for Success (ELL)

Q & A

Students with IPPs

Live Presentation and Q & A

About US
Course Description

English for Success (ELL)

This option course is open to students whose first language is not English to assist them in developing their English language skills. Students will study the English language to improve their literacy skills and to help them effectively communicate in both social and school environments. Students will work with a range of materials from a variety of high school subject areas allowing them to develop the English language skills they need to achieve in other subjects.

Supportive W Program

These classes support students who experienced academic difficulties in junior high as they work toward their high school diploma. W classes support academic needs as students navigate the regular curriculum. They are offered in the four core subject areas in Grade 10. Students can continue W classes in Grades 11 and 12 in English and Social Studies.

Interactions program

Our Interactions Program is designed to support students on the Autism Spectrum at the severe level who require specialized support. Students work on individual goals, which may include self regulation, communication, functional academics and life skills.

FAQ

Most frequent questions and answers
In High School, your IPP is your academic growth plan for the school year. You will be working with a teacher mentor throughout the school year to identify strategies to work and reflect on.
 
Your first advocate is your teacher! Connect with them and take advantage of the partnership in your academic success. You can also connect with Ms. Wiliams, DH of Inclusive learning.
 
Inclusive Learning is excited to share a wide variety of strategies for you to use independently in your high school career and onward into Post Secondary or World of Work
 
 
The program is built around developing communication and self-regulation strategies
 

Speak with your Junior High adminstration. They will apply on your behalf.

Yes! Students in W classes are working on regular Alberta curriculum, with built in supports to help them academically succeed.

To increase your competence and fitting in to the Canadian culture.To improve your ability to communicate and understand English, so that you can better meet post secondary, world of work demands and expectations.

Inclusive learning department

For any inquiries please email

sue.williams@epsb.ca

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