I thought I'd share this article with those of you who may be teachers.
How to Create a Highly Effective Inclusion Classroom | Classroom
Last year was the first time that I had so many inclusion students in one English classroom. In a class of 30 kids almost half were on an IEP. Often times teachers feel frustrated trying to level the
playing field for all kids in the classroom, especially when a teacher
feels alone in this endeavor. I don't know about you, but I only had to take one class in special education to graduate with my degree in education. It's just not enough. Luckily, I had an intervention specialist, Danielle, who worked with me in my classroom. Danielle, along with our whole team of intervention specialists, were a Godsend for me.
Today while reading some of the blogs I follow, I came across this article on How to Create a Highly Effective Inclusion Classroom. It's got some nice ideas. Enjoy.