Inclusion University provides inclusive education and community services to families, schools, universities, and agencies seeking to support all people with disabilities to be active, valued, participating members.
Inclusion University was founded by Christi Kasa and was created to support teachers and families to design classrooms and communities that embrace all people.
Christi provides keynote presentations, interactive hands on workshops, and individual coaching for schools and families.
Areas of Expertise:
- Inclusive Education
- Engaged Learning
- Universal Design for Learning
- Differentiated Instruction
- Collaboration and Co-Teaching
- Supporting Families to Achieve Inclusion
- Down syndrome
- Augmentative Alternative Communication
- Paraprofessional Support
Christi Kasa, Ph.D. is an Associate Professor and Department Chair for the Department of Special Education in the College of Education at the University of Colorado. Her teaching, research, and consulting are guided by her passion to create successful inclusive schools for all students. Christi began her career teaching in the public schools of California as a general education teacher, special education teacher, and an inclusion facilitator.
Christi conducts research on inclusive schooling, collaboration and co-teaching, and communication for people with autism and other movement disorders.
Christi’s published works have appeared in The Journal of the Association for People with Severe Handicaps, The International Journal for Inclusive Education, and the American Education Research Journal. Christi has also co-produced the 2002 documentary Inside the Edge: A journey to using speech through typing. She is the recipient of the TASH Image Award and the University Book and Supply Outstanding Teacher Award.
If you are interested in hiring Christi please contact us. Christi is happy to work with you to design services that will meet your unique needs.