Monthly archive for April 2014

7 Quick Materials to Provide Access to Academics


Want to know what to have on hand in order to make quick accommodations and modifications to almost any lesson?  Try keeping these materials within reach! Material     How it can help Dry erase board Choice making Word bank Brainstorming Writing positive notes to the student Creating a to do list Post-it notes Behavior reminders Written responses to teacher […]

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Welcome to Inclusion 101…our new blog!

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Welcome to my new blog, Inclusion 101! This blog has grown out of my work with amazing teachers, families, and students in schools around the country. I am grateful to have had the opportunity to learn from amazing advocates, educators, and scholars in my efforts to create supports that will allow all students to experience belonging, participation, and access to […]

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Inclusion Checklist

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I often work with educators who wonder how they can make sure they are covering the basics when working to include all students.  When getting started or checking in on the quality of your practices make sure the basics are covered.  Here is a checklist to help you ensure you are on the right path to successful inclusion: Seat students […]

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Where Can I Work?


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Strategies for Presuming Competence

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Typing To Communicate


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Welcome to IU!

Inclusion University is dedicated to supporting teachers, administrators and families to realize inclusive practices for all students with disabilities. Through my new website and blog I will share highlights of what I have learned with you. I look forward to hearing from you and learning with you.
Welcome to Inclusion University!
 christi sig

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