Learn how to use The DATA Model to combine two essential elements of effective learning for young children with ASD—frequent interaction with typically developing peers and intensive individualized intervention—into one integrated school-based approach.
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Click for two free printable pages from the Quick-Guides Quick-Guides to Inclusion: Ideas for Educating Students with Disabilities with tips sure to bolster your inclusion efforts.
Do you want to implement inclusive practices in your classroom but don’t know where to start? Get a crash course on inclusion with this handy toolkit full of free tips, advice, and resources!
As part of our fall 2014 inclusive education webinar series, author and inclusion advocate Whitney Rapp addresses behavior challenges in the inclusive classroom. Download her presentation slides here, then watch the recorded webinar at: http://www.brookespublishing.com/resource-center/webinar-series/inclusive-education/
This webinar presented by educational consultant and inclusion specialist Dr. Paula Kluth focuses on how we can provide better literacy instruction to students with autism and other disabilities
In this clip, you’ll get tips and strategies on creating class goals using Universal Design for Learning from a phys ed instructor.
In this video, find out how one co-teaching pair of educators has honed their collaborative skills after working in tandem for several years. Using first-hand experience, the partners explain what has worked well for them in a shared classroom. You’ll also discover the role that a school administrator plays in the co-teaching process.
In this video clip, Dr. Lucinda Kramer addresses the question “How did relationships come to be a core concept of skilled dialogue?” based on her observations of an early childhood educator who nurtured respect, reciprocity, and responsiveness in her classroom. Meanwhile, Dr. Isaura Barrera explains who has benefited from skilled dialogue training.
In this video clip, sample a few of Paula Kluth’s 100 ways to differentiate instruction in K-12 inclusive classrooms. These ideas will gives students a variety options when expressing their knowledge of a topic.