W-8. Developing Professional Inclusion Learning Communities
Grade Levels: K-12
Length: ½ or Full-day workshop
Pedagogical inclusion decisions require the collaborative input and support between and among co teachers, administrators, team members, curriculum coordinators, related service providers, grade level teachers, instructional support staff, peers, and outside community members, organizations, and families. These relationships must continually and collaboratively be strengthened throughout the school year. Professional collaboration allows the educational climate to propagate student seeds of achievement.
Learn how to establish:
- Inclusion norms and expectations.
- Yearly, quarterly, monthly, and weekly goals.
- Parity with productive results.
- Problem solving session included as a time for collaborative teams to focus on plans for specific inclusion grade level,
student, and curriculum concerns.
All inclusion staff and communities.
Recommended workshop resources
More Inclusion Strategies That Work! Aligning Student Strengths With Standards
Facilitator's Guide for More Inclusion Strategies That Work!
Inclusion Strategies That Work! Research-Based Methods for the Classroom (2nd ed.)
Inclusion Strategies and Interventions
For more information about this workshop please contact Toby Karten.