Welcome and Introduction
Understanding Inclusive Education
The Saskatchewan Context
Collaborating with Others
Rethinking Your Students: Presuming Competence
Providing Academic Supports
Providing Social Supports
Providing Behavioural Supports
Respectful Support for Developing Student Independence
What is inclusive education?
In principle, inclusive education means: The valuing of diversity within the human community.
In practice, inclusive education means:A classroom model in which all students receive supports within the classroomA student-centered approach, beginning with profiles, that helps educators appreciate the strengths and challenges of all learners and the individualized accomplishments that can be attained.A schedule that accounts for the full range of needs in the class—where no student eng...
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