Jenn Scharf is a member of the Anti-Ableism Committee at BCEdAccess, and a parent to a child in an online learning program. She will be conducting a discussion of the changes from Distributed to Online Learning. We hope you will be able to make it to see her and engage on this topic at AdvoCon2021, our 7th annual education advocacy conference held September 22nd to 26th online!
Tickets on Eventbrite now – members of the BCEdAccess Facebook group receive a significant discount, and the first 100 tickets purchased receive a care package delivered to their house!
Jenn Scharf has worked as an educator, learning designer, program facilitator and educational change advocate for over 20 years. As a late-diagnosed autistic adult and parent to an autistic child, Jenn brings first hand perspective and experience around advocacy in the education system. Jenn’s current projects include collecting and publishing Stories of Exclusion in the BC education system. When not at work, you will likely find Jenn out on her SUP somewhere in the Sea-to-Sky corridor with her son and two dogs.
Workshop: Distributed/Online Learning – Changes, Impact and Advocacy
You’ll learn and discuss:
- About the legislative changes made in from Distributed Learning to Online Learning
- The timeline and potential planned changes for September, 2022
- The potential impacts of these changes, both positive and negative, and how to provide feedback and engage in advocacy
See Jenn’s work in educational equity here:
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