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Art Gallery of Alberta Tour registration  Ticket sales start Dec 4 at 7pm and end Feb 4 at 7pm.  SOLD OUT!

Rogers Place Tour - Ticket sales start Dec 4 at 7pm and end Feb 4 at 7pm.  SOLD OUT!

Rogers Place Tour #2 - A 2nd tour has been added!  Ticket sales start Dec 8 at 12:00pm and end Feb 4 at 7pm. SOLD OUT!

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Shannon Chabot

My love for teaching started at an early age. I had an interest in working with others and that grew into a passion when I began volunteering in a GOALS (Gaining Occupational and Life Skills) classroom at the age of 15. After high school, I gained more experience in the field prior to attaining my Bachelor of Education degree with a minor in Special Education. Upon graduation, I moved to Fort McMurray where I began my teaching career, with the majority of teaching time spent in the primary grades. When I returned to the Edmonton area in 2009, I was hired on by Sturgeon School Division. I have served the division in many capacities; a Teacher, Inclusion Teacher, School Counsellor and now Vice Principal. I completed my Masters of Education in Curriculum and Instruction with a concentration in the Inclusive Classroom through Concordia University in Portland, Oregon three years ago. I have also been trained in the Neurosequential Model in Education through the Child Trauma Academy. I am excited about this opportunity to share with you a little bit about what I have learned through my journey in working with students with inclusive needs.