If you are concerned that a student does not understand your directions, ask him/her to repeat them back to you or to a peer.

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Tip 18: WEBSITE WEDNESDAY

Posted on April 18, 2012 in Autism, Inclusion, News

When I started my website site at paulakluth.com a few years ago, there were only a few inclusion-focused blogs out on the web. Now, every time I search for inclusion blogs, I find wonderful new resources like today’s featured site.

Paula Kluth 30 Tips in 30 Days

In-kloo-zhuhn is not only filled with food for thought, but it all comes from the voice of a seasoned school administrator.

It is beyond inspiring to see a school principal advocating for inclusion. Enjoy!

Comments

  1. From Val on 19 Apr 2012

    You are amazing! The past 2 days, you inspired, taught and entranced your audience the entire time. My only regret is that you weren’t presenting 20 yrs. ago! Every parent whose child has been recently diagnosed with ASD, Needs Paula. Thank you for ALL YOUR HARD WORK!

  2. From Marcy on 19 Apr 2012

    I agree–hopefully those that attended will remind co-workers and parents next year that they should attend a conference to get great ideas–well, an ASM one for sure–thanks again Paula

  3. From Paula Kluth on 19 Apr 2012

    Awwwwwww…Thanks Val and Marcy– I had such a great time up in Manitoba. My first time will hopefully not be my last :)

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