I have been ready many tweets/blog posts about Inclusion and inclusive practice for the last couple of months.
I have written something a little while back about what Inclusion means to me which you can read here…
What Inclusion means to me... new blog! http://t.co/TVGyW1wSMn (Image ref. on post) #ukedchat #edchat #sltchat pic.twitter.com/GEfDnxsTWw— Amjad Ali (@ASTsupportAAli) October 12, 2014
along with a more recent post about whether we are in fact all teachers of SEND here.
Great blog from @ASTsupportAAli 5 principles behind changes re. #SEND & other disadvantaged student’s provision http://t.co/DQmpICmwtx— Optimus SEND (@OptimusSEND) February 19, 2015
Most recently I found an image by The Inclusive Class which I liked very much. However, it contained many american words and I felt was missing a little. Therefore, using some help from others such as @SimonKnight100, @NancyGedge and @JulesDaulby to mention a few I have rewritten it slightly.
Now this shouldn’t be used as a checklist, but more of a starting point to promote inclusion…
Please do comment if I can add anymore?
What do you think?
Here is a really great website that breaks this down further!