It is imperative for educators to be aware of the neurodiversity movement in order to better support all human rights. This course discusses what neurodiversity is, the history of the movement, and provides information for educators to adopt neurodiversity-affirming practices.

The Saskatchewan Student Services Collective provides the resources, tools and community you need to help all students succeed.

While improving and advocating for the emotional and physical wellbeing of students, family, and colleagues, educators frequently neglect their own. This presentation will give specific symptoms to identify teacher burnout and practical techniques to address it.

You dread IIP season and often find yourself saying, “I have so much paperwork…I don’t even know where to start”

Self-advocacy is the ability to speak up for yourself and your rights. All students benefit from learning self-advocacy skills. The goal of this workshop is to guide school staff on how to help students develop self-advocacy skills to live a more independent life at school, home, and in the workplace.

What does a great Educational Assistant in Saskatchewan need to know and do? You’ll find real-world answers in this practical guide to surviving and thriving as an integral part of your school’s inclusive team. You’ll get immediately applicable strategies for mastering every facet of your complex role: collaborating with other team members, understanding accommodations and modifications, facilitating peer connections, fading your support, all while maintaining your own health and avoiding burnout.