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A teacher resource for promoting equality in the classroom.

A great recourse for teachers in understanding the basics with Down Syndrome.

Benefits of turning your classroom into an inclusive one.

Strategies for inclusion in the classroom according to the QSA.

One could use this resource to show how working together can make a positive difference! Red Hen plants wheat by herself and doesn’t have to share the bread she makes with the other animals, but when they all work together they can plant enough wheat to have bread for all!

This book is about a boy named Jonny who is friends with Kylie at home and Tim at school. Why can’t the three of them play together all the time? This book teaches the importance of inclusion.

It is important to understand if students are really behaving bad or if they are acting out to ask for help. Great source to help explain.

iVocalize - Communication application to help those who are speech impaired participate in classroom activities.

from Hip Homeschool Moms

Reading Rainbows For Learning Differences

Source on ways to help students read. If some of your students are having issues reading, this is a good strategy to try.


Quadriplegia and Paraplegia Information and Infographic

Quick source to understand Spinal injuries.