Based in Vancouver, British Columbia Canada, Shelley Moore consults locally, provincially and beyond. Her presentations include school, district and provincial professional development days throughout British Columbia, as well as various leading conferences throughout North America, including CEC, CSSE, AERA, IRA and NCTE. Her interactive presentations are constructed based on contexts of specific schools and communities and integrate theory and effective practices of inclusion, special education & curriculum. She completed an undergraduate degree in Special Education at the University of Alberta, her masters at Simon Fraser University, and is currently a SSHRC funded PhD scholar at the University of British Columbia.
Along with her best selling book, One Without the Other: Stories of unity through diversity and inclusion, Shelley is award winning SSHRC research storyteller and a TEDx speaker highlighting her work in presuming competence.
To get to more about Shelley’s research, check out her graduate profile here.
For booking information please contact her directly at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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Thank you Shelley for you witty and thought provoking presentations at the NCTCA today.
Thank you Shelley for a great presentation today in St. Marys, ON. I found myself making connections from past experiences working with children with a variety of learning challenges. Some of your strategies I have used and some were new to me. You definitely opened my eyes to understanding the direction of inclusion.
Thanks Shelley, I made the trip from Vancouver to the Sunshine Coast to see you. You provided one of the most articulate iterations of competencies and BC’s new curriculum that I’ve seen yet! I really appreciate how you provided a wide variety of examples/expressions/models for teachers to wrap their heads around. AND, I appreciate your sense of humour! I rarely leave pro-d thinking, “that was great and useful.” So, thanks!