Shelley will deconstruct what inclusive education means in today's classrooms and communities with an engaging and often humorous approach to this work. She will discuss common misunderstandings and myths related to inclusion and leave participants with ideas and possibilities on how to implement inclusive learning communities. Shelley will also talk about how planning models are moving away from deficit-based frameworks to plans that look at the strengths and contributions of individuals. She will share examples and strategies on how these strengths-based perspectives can guide planning and instruction. Shelley will share examples of how collaborative teams can design a classroom support plan, including UDL, and the positive impact it has on students and schools. Her dynamic workshop will leave participants energized and enthused!
This workshop will take place virtually on Wednesday, August 5th from 10:00 a.m. until 12:00 p.m. You will need to register for the session in order to receive the link to join. Please use the link below to register for this session.
Presented by Shelley Moore