For reluctant writers, introduce novel or unexpected materials and supports. Try old typewriters, novelty or colored pencils, voice-activated software or story starters.

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.



Posted on October 03, 2012 in News

If you had an opportunity to say something to over a million people, what would you say?

This is the question posed by the website, The Listserve. To participate, simply submit your email address and you are added to the lottery. Once you have been added, you will receive an email every day from that day’s winner. They may write giving advice, asking for recipes, or sharing a belief.

Why am I featuring this on Website Wednesday even though it has nothing to do with disability, inclusion, or social justice? Well, I joined because I am crossing my fingers that one day I’ll be chosen to share with the million users and will, therefore, get to “speak” to this audience about inclusion. Chances are, I won’t be picked, but already I am enjoying reading the ideas others are sharing—a neat way to be part of a world community.


  1. From Joanna Cornthwaite on 24 Oct 2012

    Hi Paula,

    I’m not sure if you have seen this video, but I thought you might like to take a peek.