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Read any history book that traces the evolution of attitudes and approaches to disability (we especially like The Story of...
The Brookes Inclusion Lab would like to wish all of our readers a safe and happy holiday and a joyful...
Our blog is focused on inclusive education, which means we mostly publish how-to tips that teachers can use in their...
At the Inclusion Lab, we love giving teachers and parents practical inclusive education tips in an easy-to-share format, and we’ve...
The holiday season is upon us—so here’s a gift from us to print and enjoy! Our FREE “Let’s Get Ready...
Happy Inclusive Schools Week to our regular blog readers and first-time visitors alike! We’d like to start today’s post by...
Choosing appropriate accommodations and modifications is a great way to help your students with different learning needs participate in your...
Are you using the right core reading program for your students? Even if the program you’ve chosen seems like a...
Here’s a question from an elementary school principal that might sound familiar to you: This spring our school is beginning...
What does meaningful inclusion really look like? In honor of our recent inclusion book giveaway, we’re going to center today’s...
According to CDC findings, 6.1 million American children between 2-17 years of age have been diagnosed with ADHD. As an...
For this year’s inclusion calendar, “Inclusion is More than Just Being In,” we spoke to several Brookes authors about how...
If you’re an educator, you know how important executive function skills are to your students’ academic and social success. But...
October is National Bullying Prevention Month, a nationwide campaign founded in 2006 by PACER’s National Bullying Prevention Center. Each year, we like to offer...
For this year’s inclusion calendar, “Inclusion is More than Just Being In,” we spoke to several Brookes authors about how...
Executive function is one of our most popular topics here on the Inclusion Lab—we know our readers are always on...
Have you used project-based learning in your inclusive classroom? It’s an increasingly popular approach with lots of benefits for all...
Friendship and social play skills are key capabilities for young kids to develop in the early years of school—they form...
Back-to-school is a challenging time for many children, but it can be an especially tough transition for grieving students. In...
For this year’s inclusion calendar, “Inclusion is More than Just Being In,” we spoke to several Brookes authors about how...
A comfortable, safe, and thoughtfully designed physical environment is essential to the success of any inclusive classroom. In today’s post,...
The start of a new school year is on the horizon, and today we’re so excited to unveil a little...
The Brookes Inclusion Lab is back from our brief hiatus, and we’ve got some new posts all queued up to...
The transition from preschool to kindergarten can be a challenging one for any young child. There’s a new classroom to...
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