Katy Arnett, professor and director of teacher education at St. Mary’s College, recently had published “Access for Success: Making Inclusion Work for Language Learners” (Pearson Canada, May 2017). The book is the first educational text of its kind to integrate principles and theories about universal design for learning and language learning with practical strategies to address the diverse needs of today’s language learners in Canada. Arnett co-authored the book with Renée Bourgoin, faculty associate and an honorary research associate at the Second Language Research Institute of Canada (L2RIC) at the University of New Brunswick.
Arnett is also the author of “Languages for All: How to Support and Challenge Students in a Second Language Classroom” (Pearson Canada, 2013) and co-senior author of “Point de Connexion” (Pearson Canada, 2015). She has designed and led over 100 workshops on inclusive second language teaching across Canada. Along with being a faculty member at St. Mary’s College, she is an honorary research associate at the Second Language Research Institute of Canada at the University of New Brunswick.
Learn more about her book here: http://www.pearsoncanadaschool.com/index.cfm?locator=PS1zR8&PMDbProgramId=151621