Inclusiveology supports inclusive practices through mentoring, coaching, and professional development including every child in learning.
What makes a classroom I.N.C.L.U.S.I.V.E.?
Instructional Accommodations and Modifications
Need for Generalization
Use of Assistive Technology
Scheduling and Specially Designed Instruction
Visual Supports and Routines
Environment and Space
If your child learns differently or has a disability, how does their classroom learning look?
Are they given options when working with materials?
Do they have choices of how to access reading even if they are not yet reading at grade level?
Do they have a choice of where to sit in order to focus and learning their best?
Does specially designed instruction target missing skills so thy continue to grow as learners?
How can inclusion for children with disabilities and learning differences be defined?
a feeling of true membership
all are welcomed
every child feels like they are part of the group
every child gets what they need to learn and belong
every child has a voice