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Engaging All Learners: 5 Steps to Creating More Inclusive Classrooms
Thursday, April 14, 2016 @ 3:00 pm - 4:00 pm EDT
Presented by Julie Causton, Ph.D., Professor in the Inclusive and Special Education Program at Syracuse University
Sponsored by Brookes Publishing
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This webinar focused on creating seamless and truly inclusive educational experiences for all learners. Dr. Julie Causton presented many useful strategies for creating warm and welcoming classrooms equipped to support all students. Alternatives to pull-out therapy and resource services will be discussed, and many examples of how to provide collaborative and inclusive services were shared.
Julie covered five steps for creating more inclusive classrooms:
- Creating a community of belonging
- Rethinking challenging learners
- Integrating IEP goals into the schedule
- Providing thoughtful differentiated academic supports
- Effective utilization of paraprofessionals
This recorded webinar will benefit any K-12 general or special education teacher, related service provider, parent or administrator who seeks to create more inclusive classrooms and schools.
Julie Causton, Ph.D., is an expert in creating and maintaining inclusive schools. She works as an educational consultant to support administrators, teachers, and paraprofessionals in promoting and improving inclusive special education practices. Julie is a professor in the Inclusive Special Education Program at Syracuse University, where she teaches courses on inclusion, differentiation, special education law, and collaboration. She has published several books and articles on inclusive education, and is a highly sought after speaker. For more information about Julie, go to Inspire Inclusion.
Founded in 1978, Brookes is an independent, highly respected educational publishing company with a strong focus on helping all people—with and without disabilities—reach their potential. We publish 50+ new titles a year on screening and assessment, early intervention, inclusive and special education, autism and other disabilities, literacy, behavior, communication, and more.