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  • Engaging All Learners: 5 Steps to Creating More Inclusive Classrooms

    Thursday, April 14, 2016

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    Dr. Julie Causton, Ph.D. Professor in the Inclusive and Special Education Program at Syracuse University

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  • Engaging ALL Learners:

    5 Steps to Creating More Inclusive Classrooms

    Dr. Julie CaustonSyracuse University

  • Inclusive Special Education Teacher (K-12) Inclusion Consultant - Schools, Districts, Families Professor at Syracuse University

    Inclusive Elementary & Special Education Program Areas of interest

    Teacher happiness! Best practices - inclusive education Collaboration Differentiation

    Dr. Julie Causton

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  • Agenda

    Engage them ALL: 5 Steps for Creating More Inclusive Classrooms

    1) Get clear about inclusion

    2) Keep students in

    3) Collaborate in new ways

    4) Support all academic levels

    5) Provide humanistic behavioral supports

  • Concept 1-Get clear about inclusion

  • Inclusive Education

    In Principle, inclusive education means:

    the valuing of diversity within the human community. When inclusive education is fully embraced, we abandon the idea that children have to become normal in order to contribute to the worldWe begin to look beyond typical ways of becoming valued members of the community, and in doing so, begin to realize the achievable goal of providing all children with an authentic sense of belonging (pp. 38-39).

  • Inclusive EducationIn Practice, inclusive education means,A Classroom Model in which students with and without disabilities are based in a regular structure and benefit from the shared ownership of general and special educators.

  • Inclusive EducationIn Practice, inclusive education means,A Classroom Model in which students with and without disabilities are based in a regular structure and benefit from the shared ownership of general and special educators.A Student-centered Approach Beginning with Profiles that help educators appreciate the strengths and challenges of learners with and without disabilities and the individualized accomplishments that can be attained.

  • Inclusive EducationIn Practice, inclusive education means,A Classroom Model in which students with and without disabilities are based in a regular structure and benefit from the shared ownership of general and special educators.A Student-centered Approach Beginning with Profiles that help educators appreciate the strengths and challenges of learners with and without disabilities and the individualized accomplishments that can be attained.A Schedule that accounts for the full range of needs in the classwhere no student engages in pull out or alternative activities to the extent that disruptions in the daily schedule and in peer relationships do not occur

  • Inclusive EducationIn Practice, inclusive education means,A Classroom Model in which students with and without disabilities are based in a regular structure and benefit from the shared ownership of general and special educators.A Student-centered Approach Beginning with Profiles that help educators appreciate the strengths and challenges of learners with and without disabilities and the individualized accomplishments that can be attained.A Schedule that accounts for the full range of needs in the classwhere no student engages in pull out or alternative activities to the extent that disruptions in the daily schedule and in peer relationships do not occurA Curriculum that is rich and accommodating for all studentsand when further individualized to meet the needs of a particular learner.

  • Inclusive EducationIn Practice, inclusive education means,A Classroom Model in which students with and without disabilities are based in a regular structure and benefit from the shared ownership of general and special educators.A Student-centered Approach Beginning with Profiles that help educators appreciate the strengths and challenges of learners with and without disabilities and the individualized accomplishments that can be attained.A Schedule that accounts for the full range of needs in the classwhere no student engages in pull out or alternative activities to the extent that disruptions in the daily schedule and in peer relationships do not occurA Curriculum that is rich and accommodating for all studentsand when further individualized to meet the needs of a particular learner.A Teaming Process in which support staff work in flexible, coordinated ways to strengthen the collaborative relationships among special and regular educators, parents and educators, and educators and the community.

  • Inclusive EducationIn Practice, inclusive education means,A Classroom Model in which students with and without disabilities are based in a regular structure and benefit from the shared ownership of general and special educators.A Student-centered Approach Beginning with Profiles that help educators appreciate the strengths and challenges of learners with and without disabilities and the individualized accomplishments that can be attained.A Schedule that accounts for the full range of needs in the classwhere no student engages in pull out or alternative activities to the extent that disruptions in the daily schedule and in peer relationships do not occurA Curriculum that is rich and accommodating for all studentsand when further individualized to meet the needs of a particular learner.A Teaming Process in which support staff work in flexible, coordinated ways to strengthen the collaborative relationships among special and regular educators, parents and educators, and educators and the community.A Classroom Climate that embraces diversity, fosters a sense of social responsibility, and supports positive peer relationships.

  • Inclusion means-no dichotomy

    NormalAbnormal

    How are you NOT normal? Sensory issues? Struggles? Challenges? Deficits?

  • Linguistic Intelligence

    Logical Mathematical Intelligence

    Spatial Intelligence

    Bodily Kinesthetic Intelligence

    Musical Intelligence

    Interpersonal Intelligence

    Intrapersonal Intelligence

    Naturalistic Intelligence

    Inclusion means-start with strengths

  • Inclusion means- we problem solve

  • Concept 2- Keep Students In

  • The Red Dot

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