Free printable! Inclusion poster, Fair is Not Always Equal. | inclusive education, special education, teaching students with disabilities

Show your support for inclusive education with this FAIR IS NOT ALWAYS EQUAL poster, a great illustration of why UDL is so important.

Despite over 30 years of research that inclusion benefits all learners, there are still many barriers to inclusive education. Here are some of the biggest.

Despite over 30 years of research that inclusion benefits all learners, there are still many barriers to inclusive education. Here are some of the biggest.

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The Adoption of Inclusion Education Infographic - e-Learning Infographicse-Learning Infographics

11 tips for new inclusive educators! This will make teachers and students…

11 tips for new inclusive educators! This will make teachers and students transitioning into inclusive classrooms easier.

Want to make your school more inclusive but don't know how? Start with these 10 tips on creating an effective #inclusion team!

Note: This helpful graphic shows the steps to building strong collaborative teams.

10 Reasons for Inclusive Schools

10 Reasons for Inclusive Schools. These are great reminders for having an inclusive classroom. This is a great motivating poster that reminds me of why I will work so hard to create an inclusive environment.

Is it Inclusion? Check out this handy chart!  (www.theinclusiveclass.com)

Is it Inclusion? Have a look at this chart and decide.- loving my grade inclusion crew!

The Inclusive Class: Inclusion vs Mainstreaming: A List of Differences

Mainstreaming, in the context of education, is the practice of educating students with special needs in regular classes during specific time periods based on their skills. This means regular education classes are combined with special education classes.

Social Skills are so important!    Calling all Special Education teachers, Speech Therapists, Regular Education teachers, School Counselors, and Inclusive Classroom teachers! These Social Stories are perfect for reinforcing appropriate social skills in regular education students, students with autism, and students with ADHD.

It Is Okay Not To Be First (A Social Story)

Social Skills are so important! Calling all Special Education teachers, Speech Therapists, Regular Education teachers, School Counselors, and Inclusive

Great place for IEP ideas. Thanks @Melissa Shelmire Swartley!

Ten Common Mistakes Parents Make During the IEP Meeting. Children with disabilities access to regular education with adaptations provided in the IEP, Individual Education Plan.

Here are some tips to help facilitate a smooth transition for students with disabilities to the inclusive education classroom. These tips are also helpful for preparing the general education students for their new classroom member:

Here are some tips to help facilitate a smooth transition for students with disabilities to the inclusive education classroom. These tips are also helpful for preparing the general education students for their new classroom member:

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