Inclusion Insights

I just had the pleasure of coaching a group of Georgia educators. Collaboratively, we figured out ways to allow the research-based inclusion strategies to come alive in their classrooms. They creatively incorporated good teaching practices such as cooperative learning, technology, VAKT elements, multiple intelligences, study guides, and graphic organizers for instruction and assessments, while thematically teaching figurative language, biomes, WW II, and data analysis in English, Science, History, and Mathematics. Whew-and they made it seem easy with rap songs, word acrostics, PowerPoints, research, and more! Way to go GW Carver MCSD! Looking forward to continuing the learning in February!

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