My name is Amy Missal, and I am an educator with Regina Public Schools, specializing in inclusive education. I currently work in the Functionally Integrated Academic Program (FIAP) which provides individualized educational programing for students with intellectual disabilities. Within FIAP, my job surrounds supporting students with varying strengths, skills, and needs. In doing this, students are able to grow and develop a variety of skills including social skills, vocational skills, adaptive skills, and more.
I graduated from the University of Regina with a B.SRS with a major in Therapuetic Recreation in 2015, and then again with a B.Ed. in 2017. I am currently working on completing my Masters of Education in Educational Psychology also from the University of Regina.