Thinking Tank – What Does Inclusive Education Need to Thrive?
CACL Has a New Parent Brochure on Inclusive Education
CACL Inclusive Education Brochure
Definition of Inclusive Education
Including Students with Exceptionalities – What Works
Manitoba Resource on Transition
Puppet Troupe Educates People About Disability Issues
The Roles and Responsibilities of Teacher Assistants
Toronto Educator Studies Key Issue
Transition – Top Ten Questions
Yukon Program Supports Inclusion and More
The Book on Inclusive Education Inclusion: School as a Caring Community
Inclusion Press International & The Marsha Forest Centre
Michael Giangreco’s Website – University of Vermont – Center of Disability and Community Inclusion
A List of Books on Inclusive Practices
Kentucky’s Classrooms: Everyone’s Welcome – A Practical Guide to Learning and Living Together Table of Contents
Promoting Inclusive Education Across Canada – New Brunswick Association for Community Living
UNESCO – Understanding and Responding to Children’s Needs in Inclusive Classrooms: A Guide for Teachers
• See Also: http://www.msde.state.md.us/SpecialEducation/AllInclusive.pdf
Creating an Inclusive School
•Edited by Richard A. Villa and Jacqueline S. Thousand – Chapter 1: What is an Inclusive School? by Mary A. Falvey, Christine C. Givner and Christina Kimm
• Success stories and practical solutions to enhance learning, teaching, and the full inclusion of students with disabilities in the classroom.
• See also: http://www.projectparticipate.org/handoutsforms.asp
• A consortium of universities noted for their teacher education programs and working to reform teacher education.
• See also: www.uni.edu/coe/inclusion/strategies
Teaching to Diversity
• A joint project of British Columbia Teachers’ Federation (BCTF) Research, Special Education Association, Learning Assistance Teachers’ Association and English as a Second Language Provincial Specialist Association.
Prince Edward Island Association for Community Living
• Inclusive schooling is a vital factor in preparing students with intellectual disabilities for a life in their community.
• The Association held a preliminary meeting on Sat. September 11, 2004 to bring various stakeholders together to discuss the progress in P.E.I.
• The resulting report – Discussion Results: Consultation on the Status of Inclusive Education in Prince Edward Island – summarizes the discussion of the participants and highlight some of the issues that were identified.
Quebec Website – Provides Resources and Information for Inclusion
• I-LRN is one of five resource centres of the Quebec Inclusive Education Service (IES). I-LRN is designed to help English School Boards develop
effective service frameworks for students with learning difficulties.
• I-LRN is coordinated by Lynn Senecal, Ph.D., Educational Psycologist.
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