SIP hosted Dr. Katie Novak Webinar Series: UDL - A Call to Action for Administrators and Teachers (Four Part Series)
SIP Welcome Webinar 2018-19
SIP Leadership Series Part 1: Envisioning Webinar
SIP Leadership Series Part 2: Building
Articles to Read on All Things Inclusion!
Access does not necessarily equate to inclusion. ‘As elite campuses diversify, a bias towards privilege persists’.
- National Council of Disability’s report on ‘Segregation of Students with Disabilities’
- How do you approach developing inclusion in schools by Tony Booth and Mel Ainscow ‘Index for Inclusion: Developing Learning and Participation in Schools’
- “Inclusion is not a special education issue”, says the author, Dr. Cathy Pratt, and we couldn’t agree more.
- UDL makes a difference for all students including English Language Learners
- There is no average student. So how do we overcome the mental barriers that advocate teaching to the mythical average student?
Featured Inclusive Practice - UDL
“UDL is an education framework based on decades of neuroscience research and is endorsed by the Every Student Succeeds Act (ESSA). This framework is being adopted by teachers, schools, and districts around the globe and is considered best practice for teaching ALL students in an inclusive learning environment. UDL empowers both teachers and students by putting students in charge of their own learning.“
CPIN provides high quality professional development for preschool administrators and teachers highlighting current research-based information, resources, and effective instructional practices which are focused on preparing children to flourish in early childhood and succeed in elementary school and beyond.