Have you made any New Year's Resolutions for 2017? I have and one of them is to continue to share great content, ideas and tips for making your classrooms more inclusive! Plus, I hope to have my book published this year -- but more on that later :)
So, to kick off my resolutions (one of them, at least), I have compiled my top 5 posts about inclusive education. Hope they help you continue to develop and deliver outstanding inclusive programs for your students in 2017!!
1. Is it Inclusion?
A post (with a handy checklist) to help you determine if you are really providing an inclusive education.
2. 10 Easy Changes Teachers Can Make to Facilitate Inclusion
Use the list in this post to make quick and easy changes to your program that will make it more inclusive.
3. 10 Ways to Teach Social Skills in Your Classroom
From recess to class meetings to pen pals, learn how to faciliate inclusive behavior between your students.
Have a look at actually examples of grade-level assignments that have been modified for students with disabilities.
This post is a MUST-READ if you have students who are working below grade-level in your classroom. It will give you information such as tips on how to fairly assess students with modified learning outcomes.
Let me know if there are any other posts you recommend! Happy New Year everyone!