b'Inclusive Education: In-Class Support What does Tier 1 support for students look like?As outlined in the Provincial Inclusive Education Policy, specialists and support staff are spending more time within the regular classroom as they provide support to students. In previous years, students requiring additional support often received it outside of the classroom, which meant they missed some instructional time. Now, specialists are providing that support within the classroom as much as possible, which is a benefit to all. Student Services Specialists (Speech Language Pathologists, Psychologists and Social Workers) as well as math and literacy supports are working alongside classroom teachers by co-teaching, providing small group and/or individual instruction to students. Student Support Workers are also spending increased time in the classroom setting.Here are a few examples. Whats an EET?Expanding Expression Tool: a tool to help reluctant writers find ways to use more description in their work! Support for FamiliesHRCEs Parent Navigators are here to guide you! Do you have questions about supports available to your child in school? Are you curious about resources available in your community? Do you need help with student registration? Our Parent Navigators, Stephen Somers and Missy Searl, are only a phone call or email away! Stephen Somers Missy Searl Learn more at hrce.ca/PN 902-464-2000 902-464-2000ext. 4361 ext. 4362Great Tweets! REGIONAL EXECUTIVE DIRECTORS REPORT | WINTER 2021 5'