The What and Why of Inclusion | Changing Perspectives

The What and Why of Inclusion

Inclusion of all students in a school strengthens the fabric of the learning community, encourages empathetic collaboration and communication, supports understanding and respect of diversity, and, ultimately, benefits all learners. In this workshop, we will cover three types of inclusion – academic, physical, and social – specifically focused on ensuring inclusive practices in all the places and spaces within a school site. Participants will take away their own inclusion checklist to begin making tangible changes in their schools.

 

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