This week I am going to be posting seven ideas from my new book, “Don’t We Already Do Inclusion?”. This new book is really focused on helping schools “take it up a notch” when it comes to inclusive practices. There are four sections: classroom, school, district, and community. Any stakeholder can choose from any one of these sections to find ideas to grow their inclusive schools. There are 100 ideas in all. Hope you enjoy the preview and please feel free to add questions or comments to each.
Are you trying to grow the inclusive schooling model in your community? Do you feel like you have tried everything to create change in your school? Do you want to “sharpen the saw” and become reenergized as an advocate or educator? If you answered “yes” to any one of these questions, then this is the book for you!
Don’t We Already Do Inclusion? is not only filled with ideas for teaching diverse learners, but is also focused on…
How can you bring this kind of inclusive energy, sentiment, or spirit to your school? Community?
Posted on January 09, 2013 in Inclusion
Some of you might be interested in this article on autism in K-12 schools. I was interviewed for the piece and was pleased with their focus on inclusion- especially since administrators are their audience.
Well, I have been in hiding for weeks trying to finish my latest book project and I am so excited to finally get to share it with all of you in this first week of the year. Don’t We Already Do Inclusion? won’t be out until February 1, but my new publisher, Cambridge Book Review Press, is accepting pre-orders if you want to be one of the first on your block to get it.
This book is somewhat different from others I have done as it…
“Paula Kluth has done it again! A lively, practical and engaging how-to book on creating inclusion. Her focus is on all of us…
Posted on December 24, 2012 in News
How appropriate to end this list with a selection about choosing favorite books! This collection of essays was a treat as I love books and I love to hear about…
The books that we choose to keep –let alone read– can say a lot about who we are and how we see ourselves. In My Ideal Bookshelf, dozens of leading cultural figures share…