Under the Table - The Importance of Presuming Competence | Shelley Moore | TEDxLangleyED





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Published on Mar 11, 2016

Under the Table tells the story of how our assumptions influence not only how we act, but how we treat others. This story is one of understanding and realization that all students are are capable and contributors in their communities. We know that diversity is a strength, but if we are to truly move inclusive education forward in our schools, we need to understand the essential component of presuming competence.

Shelley Moore has worked in both elementary and secondary schools supporting students with and without special needs in inclusive contexts in Alberta, New York and British Columbia. She is currently an inclusive consultant in the Richmond School District, as well as various other districts throughout the province. She has presented conferences both nationally and internationally, and is a sessional instructor at Simon Fraser University, University of British Columbia and University Of British Columbia - Okanagan

This talk was given at a TEDx event using the TED conference format but independently organized by a local community. Learn more at http://ted.com/tedx


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