Monday, June 12, 2017

10 Twitter Accounts to Follow for Inclusion Inspiration

A great way to keep up with what’s going on with inclusion is to follow people who are passionate about it on Twitter. You’ll find links to news stories, opinion pieces, and how-tos every day to inspire and inform you. Here are ten I recommend — and while you’re at it, follow me at @inclusive_class.

Ten Inclusion Twitter Accounts to Follow1. @think_inclusive

“Inclusive Education Advocacy, News, and Resources || Inclusion. Every Day.”


     More from @think_inclusive: Website | Facebook | Google+ | Instagram

Ten Inclusion Twitter Accounts to Follow2. @PaulaKluth

“Consultant, teacher, author, advocate and scholar who works with teachers and families to provide inclusive opportunities for students with disabilities.”




More from @PaulaKluth: Website | Facebook | YouTube

Ten Inclusion Twitter Accounts to Follow3. @BrookesPubCo

“All learners deserve to meet their potential, from preschool to high school and beyond. Tweets about inclusive education, UDL, co-teaching, disability, and more.”



More from @BrookesPubCo: Website | Facebook | Pinterest | Blog

Tuesday, May 9, 2017

8 Favorite Special Education Websites for Teachers and Parents


Are you a teacher or parent of a child with disabilitie that is looking for some educational blogs or websites? Need some new ideas and strategies for the classroom? Looking for accurate information about special education? Check out these 8 special education websites I found for The Friendship Circle of Michigan

1. Adapting for Autism
Favorite Special Education Sites for Teachers and Parents
From the “About” page: “I want to share resources, materials and tips for working with children with autism. Kids with autism are my passion. I hope to bring you easy to implement ideas that can transform your classroom and give you tools to help your students reach their potential. Communication deficits and behavior challenges don’t have to derail your teaching and your students’ learning.”

2. Glenda’s Assistive Technology

Favorite Special Education Sites for Teachers and Parents
Mission: “The mission of this blog is to serve as a voice of a constant researcher in the field of educational and assistive technologies so that the best products, strategies and services may be located easily, in hopes that they will then be delivered, taught and used to better the lives of people with disabilities.”