Posted on February 28, 2018 in Differentiating Instruction, Inclusion, News
In any effective and student-centered classroom, the voices of learners should be heard often; they should be asking and answering questions, sharing ideas, and expressing their thoughts. Some students, however, struggle to engage in some or all of these behaviors. They may need models for asking appropriate questions or adding relevant comments. Today’s “Off the Page” selection will provide …
Posted on January 09, 2018 in Inclusion
Happy New Year!
I had a lot of great feedback about this post in the last few years, so I am sharing it again to kick off 2018. I hope it will help you meet your inclusion-related goals as you get back to work this week.
Those that know me well, know that I love goal setting. I love teaching it to students …
Posted on November 18, 2016 in Inclusion
Having a like-minded community that is engaged and shares information can be a priceless resource.
As a way to promote this concept, I have been posting “questions of the week” on my Facebook page. I was so happy with the response to the question below, I wanted to share it with my website visitors that may not have seen it.
Never assume that other know what you know. Please share your thoughts and ideas whenever you can!
? OF THE WEEK: Parents, what one piece of advice would you give to …
Posted on August 17, 2016 in Inclusion
Is anyone else noticing all of the back-to-school stuff featuring inclusive messages?
Check out these shirts I saw at Kohl’s …
Posted on July 27, 2016 in Inclusion
It’s been over five years in the making, but my co-teaching book with Julie Causton is finally ready. It comes out next month but we are OPEN for pre-orders as of…..today! Want to know a little bit about the book? We thought you might so we made you a little rap video to illustrate its finer points.
Enjoy it. Share it. Watch it on date night. Re-watch it. Nominate it …