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I was honored to be interviewed by Sage Video to offer inclusive insights. As a collective group of professionals, families, students, and communities, we need to propagate, catapult, and monitor the infusion and progression of the skills and knowledge for … Continue reading
Here’s info about an upcoming November graduate course through Regional Training Center and The College of New Jersey. Strategies for a Spectrum of Learners offers educators and related staff providers practical ways to reach and teach ALL learners with the … Continue reading
Just a few of my favorite ways to let inclusion live, be well, and prosper!:-) http://pinterest.com/tkarten/boards/
Thanks for the Facebook likes for Inclusion Education Services. GE & SE teachers, paraprofessionals, related staff, and families are invited to begin their year with these 18 inclusive principles. Collaborate with students, families, co-teachers, administrators, and assistants to figure out … Continue reading
Support Disability Rights throughout the World Please ask your Senators to vote to ratify the U.N. Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities!
Excellent way to explore disABILITIES to support your inclusion programs with your students: Check out this site for K-12 curriculum related ones or create and post your own!
Read-about-passionate-fearless-energetic-determined-and-enthusiastic-kids-who-spin-their-disABILITIES-into-successful-outcomes! YesICan! Inspirational Attitudes Prevail!
This video has an overview of how students’ unique fingerprints require educators to minimize the barriers and maximize the learning with flexible curriculum that offers more than access, but challenging work that fuels all students’ interests.
These Wordles depict the most popular comments from Council for Exceptional Children’s Yes I Can Ceremony on 4/13/12 in Denver. They offer visual insights on how these remarkable young individuals achieved such incredible feats. YES, YOU certainly CAN! Congratulations to … Continue reading