Resources to Help Every Educator Create Inclusive Learning Experiences

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inclusive learning bannerStudents who struggle in class—whether with academics, behavior, or both—or who have special needs require swift and focused support from teachers, administrators, and the school as a whole.

From books to webinars to podcasts, ASCD has numerous resources for teachers to learn how to create inclusive learning experiences and help ensure that all students receive the best possible education. Explore all of these resources on ASCD’s website. There, you will find strategies that will help you identify the students who need extra support and techniques to ensure that all students are being put on the path to success.

Learn new ways to support struggling students and find tips for getting to the root of behavioral issues in these books:

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ASCD’s webinars and podcasts provide insight from experts who have years of experience in the classroom developing strategies and approaches that work. Check out these relevant webinars and podcasts:

PD Online® Courses provide the extra professional development experience that many educators seek to take their own strategies to the next level. Choose from courses such as these:

Finally, the PD In Focus® platform offers a rich library of on-demand video content for educators’ collaborative professional development. Content related to inclusive learning experiences can be found on these channels:

  • Conducting an Effective IEP Meeting Aligned with the Common Core: Watch as a school team—composed of a principal, special education teacher, language arts teacher, and math teacher—meets with the parent of a special needs student and engages in an annual review that uses the Common Core State Standards to help inform his goals.
  • Implementing RTI in Secondary Schools: See what schools do to help struggling students close the achievement gap by following a high school freshman through an RTI approach that features research-based strategies that emphasize universal screening, diagnostic assessment, and a three-tiered instructional intervention.