The first step towards inclusive education is to understand and create awareness about inclusion. This section features resources to clarify and explain inclusion.
What defines 'Early Childhood Inclusion'?
What does inclusion mean to you? The Joint Position Statement of the Division for Early Childhood (DEC) and the National Association for the Education of Young Children (NAEYC) highlights the components that shape high quality early childhood programs and services, as well as practical examples of how we can create environments that support inclusion of learners of all abilities. Click here to find out more.See More
Resources: A guide for building safe and supportive learning environments by Inclusive Schools Network
This activity guide by the Inclusive Schools Network uses the themes of diversity, equity, inclusion, and belonging to share information, activities, and resources for families, schools, and community groups as we work together to create safe and inclusive schools globally.See More
Website: Engaging All Learners - Edmonton Regional Learning Consortium, USA
A great resource for both therapists and teachers, this website offers a variety of tools to help professionals engage learners of diverse needs, reduce barriers to learning and provide the support that every student needs to be successful.See More
Activity: How much do you know about inclusive values? (2023) - AWWA
Did you know that "Community" and "Participation" are inclusive values? Check out this quiz, based on the 'Index for Inclusion' (Booth & Ainscow ), to foster better understanding on the different types of inclusive values, and what each value entails.See More
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