Allow students with disabilities to take a wide range of classes at the high school level. Psychology? Modern Dance? German? The catalog of possible options should be open to all.

This website is dedicated to promoting inclusive schooling and exploring positive ways of supporting students with autism and other disabilities. Most of my work involves collaborating with schools to create environments, lessons, and experiences that are inclusive, respectful, and accessible for all learners.

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Posted on March 12, 2011 in News

Hello and welcome to my new website!

I have been planning this move for several months and am thrilled to finally be sharing the new PaulaKluth.com and all of its related materials and resources with you.  The original site has helped me reach so many people that it was time for a redesign that would allow more of a dialogue with visitors.

The new site now easily connects you to my existing Facebook page. My Facebook fanpage continues to grow each week and it gives visitors a place to interact with me and others following my recent consulting events.  You can now connect to my new Twitter account and new YouTube channel, each of which will become powerful tools to help me provide more content that compliments this site.

The new “tip of the day” at the top of the screen is intended to provide inspiration.  The selection of articles in the Readings section has been expanded and includes some new writings across the four major topic areas where I focus my efforts.  There is also additional contact information to help you quickly make the connections you need (e.g., book orders can be directed right to a special address set up for this purpose).

Finally, you will be able to learn more about me and my work by exploring the site. My calendar will be more comprehensive and will do a much better job of displaying both my past and upcoming work events. I have added a clearer explanation of the type of work I do and provided a list of sample presentations.  I have included a “What I’m Reading” area in the “About Paula” section that might be of interest to other book lovers and to those interested in texts on inclusive education, autism, disability, or social change.

Please feel free to browse the pages and, of course, to share the site with others you think might be interested.  I would like to formally invite you to subscribe to the blog so that I can electronically “tap you on the shoulder” every time I post.

I’m really looking forward to having these new avenues of communication and to providing you the best content I can on inclusive schooling and differentiated instruction. I hope this is the first of many visits you make to the new PaulaKluth.com.

Comments

  1. From Jacqui Ferguson on 19 Mar 2011

    Just wanted to say how enjoyable your presentation and keynote address was at Crosscurrents in Vancouver. Such a good commencement to the two day conference..

  2. From Katie McKnight on 23 Mar 2011

    I love the new website Paula. It’s easy to get at all of the wonderful information.
    I hope that I will see you at SDE conferences this summer.

  3. From Michele Smith on 24 Mar 2011

    Thank you so much for your keynote address at the crosscurrents conference. You woke me up to some parts of my practice that I needed to reflect on.

  4. From Shari Raymond on 24 Mar 2011

    Thank you for the very entertaining workshops in Sydney. So full of ‘joy and novelty’. (Sorry, I just had to say it!). Inspirational and uplifting. Although I would have attended the events for the comedy aspect alone. You’re a funny lady. Please come back to Australia again soon.

  5. From Connie Menice on 26 Mar 2011

    Thank you for all of the wonderful information that you have compiled for our children. You provide inspiration for us all! Congratulations on the new website!

  6. From Jen Sommerness on 31 Mar 2011

    Paula! Congrats on the new website!! I LOVE it!! It is just awesome! I didn’t know you launched it already. Fabulous, my friend!

  7. From Shelley Fleming on 22 Apr 2011

    Thank you for an engaging evening in London. Shelley Fleming – Autism Ontario – Huron Perth Chapter

  8. From Roxana Hartmann on 6 May 2011

    Amiga!!!! It was great your visit in Blacksburg Virgina. We want you back some time soon With Love Roxana and Mark…..

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