As a teacher, it is important that you are able to recognize and understand how to work with all types of students, especially those with disabilities. The goal of this training is for you to feel confident about your ability to meet the needs of each student in your classroom.
After completing this training, you’ll understand what inclusive education means and recognize the benefits of inclusive education. You’ll also learn how to create an inclusive learning environment for all students, including how to modify instruction for students with special needs and how to collaborate with other teachers and parents.
Inclusive education is the practice of educating ALL learners in their neighbourhood schools in age-appropriate, regular classes and providing them with the supports they need to succeed. It’s more than just placing students with diverse needs into a classroom. It’s about creating a learning environment that promotes positive relationships and equal opportunities for all students.
The students who benefit most from inclusive education are those who have been excluded from school due to poverty, disability, race, gender and ethnicity. They’re at a higher risk of not receiving an adequate education because of their circumstances.
This training was created for teachers who are working with students with disabilities. It will provide you with a basic understanding of disability, disability law, and give you some strategies to support students with disabilities in your general education classroom.
This course will introduce you to the fundamentals of inclusive education, including inclusive practices you can use in your classroom, how to create an inclusive environment, and how to use differentiated instruction to support diverse learners. You will also learn about common disabilities and how they affect learning.
Inclusive education is a program that encourages the inclusion of all children in regular classrooms during their regular school day. This type of education has the goal of creating an environment where every child, regardless of their educational needs, feels welcome and valued within the classroom. An inclusive class is not only beneficial to students with special needs, but also to students without any learning or physical disabilities.
To make an inclusive classroom truly work for all students, teachers must be well-equipped with both knowledge and skills for effective teaching. Part of this teacher training course addresses the knowledge base needed for teachers to understand how to best accommodate all students’ needs in an inclusive setting. The other aspect of this training course focuses on developing the skills needed to effectively implement these accommodations so that the classroom runs smoothly and successfully.
The following information will allow you to integrate your existing knowledge and skills with new strategies and techniques on how to create a positive learning environment for all students, no matter what their individual needs may be.