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Barry S. Imber

Editor of Nova Scotia Freemason

Grand Lodge of Nova Scotia A.F. & A.M.

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Employment History

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Canadian Association of Educators of the Deaf and Hard of Hearing


NB Provincial Supervisor

School District 2


Co-Director of Services To Deaf and Hard of Hearing Children

The Atlantic Provinces Special Education Authority


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www.halifaxcity.nstu.ca

Barry Imber imberb@apsea.ca Sheila jaimeson jamiesons@apsea.ca


caedhh.ca

Barry Imber, CTD
CAEDHH Magazine Editor barry.imber@sympatico.ns.ca | Back To Top |


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Barry Imber


www.nstu.ca

As part of an efforts to promote inclusive schooling in the southwest region, Barry Imber, Provincial Supervisor for APSEA, and Mary Jane Harkins, Coordinator for Special Education in the Tri-County District School Board, met this past winter to discuss a continuum of support services for students who are deaf or hard of hearing, and began to plan for a short term, co-teaching project for one unit in language arts.


www.nstu.ca [cached]

As part of an efforts to promote inclusive schooling in the southwest region, Barry Imber, Provincial Supervisor for APSEA, and Mary Jane Harkins, Coordinator for Special Education in the Tri-County District School Board, met this past winter to discuss a continuum of support services for students who are deaf or hard of hearing, and began to plan for a short term, co-teaching project for one unit in language arts.


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