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The inclusion of students with disabilities has been an evolving process over the past forty years. Inclusion in the context of education is the practice in which students with special needs spend most, if not all, of their time with students without disabilities. The inclusion education model takes the point that all students are members of the school community.  Every student in the school is entitled to the same privileges and responsibility to participate in available school activities and opportunities.

Strategies for inclusion education are widely varied.  A model of the inclusion classroom places special needs students in regular classrooms.  Schools with full inclusion do not distinguish between “general” and special needs education for students with disabilities.  Inclusion for all in its ideal form could quickly eliminate terms such as “special needs inclusion” and schools would be restructured to eliminate physical and social barriers so all students would learn together.

Program Development Associates has been following the thought and practice of inclusion when it began distributing information on elementary inclusion and mainstreaming with the 1992 Academy Award winning documentary video “Educating Peter”.  Since then we have added dozens of inclusion resources for parents, teachers, early childhood professionals, managers and administrators who support the inclusion of special needs children and require more information.

A collection of simple yet effective strategies and ideas for increasing student engagement and participation. Watch elementary, middle school, and high school teachers and students in action though filmed in co-taught classes; these techniques are easily adaptable for use by any teacher.

Join Rick Lavoie as he provides strategies for teaching friendship skills in the classroom, home, and community.

Support and instruction for people concerned with excellence and integrity in Person-Centered Planning processes using MAPS.

Presents seven key dimensions of effective instructional practices across K-12 settings. Demonstrates how to get more power from your co-teaching to improve outcomes for all students.

Join Richard Lavoie as he presents secrets to turning on the tuned-out child.

Addresses the supervision and support of paraeducators as they work.

Jim Wright presents strategies for structuring classroom routines that minimize opportunities for student misbehavior with RTI.

The third edition of the Power of 2 preserves the fundamental concepts, the classic six classroom approaches—that still have validity after two decades of scrutiny—while at the same time updating the examples that reflect co-teaching’s evolution, such as, an examination of services provided by teachers of students who are English language learners.

Hear Charlotte-Mecklenberg School District principals discuss, in practical detail, the expectations, challenges and supports necessary to ensure all students are learning in co-taught classrooms.

Takes instruction out of the classroom and into the community so students learn a balanced blend of skills-from shopping to banking to doing laundry-on planned, supervised outings.

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