SERI Inclusion Resources

 

The inclusion network - This site goes beyond the schoolhouse and aims for ways to engage "people with disabilities in all our daily activities--at school, at work, at home, and in the community." The site features an Inclusion Marketplace, helping those with disabilities obtain jobs, as well as Inclusion Consulting Services that employers can use to help set up their workplace to accommodate those with disabilities.

Enabling Education Network - The University of Manchester in England provides a worldwide perspective on inclusion. The site aims to disseminate information on inclusionary practices and to support and promote the inclusion of marginalized groups in education. Here, find information on educating the deaf in Afghanistan, national policies of inclusion in England, and helping to educate disabled refugees in Nepal.

New Horizons:   Inclusion of Students with Special Needs - New Horizons is a virtual warehouse of information on the requirements necessary for the successful inclusion of special needs students into the standard classroom environment.

Inclusion... Or Yours, Mine, Ours - The resources to build support and the confidence to include children in your classroom with success.

Inclusion - children who learn together, learn to live together

Resources for Inclusive Education - worthwhile links to web inclusion resources

Inclusive Schools - This website/database is a project funded by the Office of Superintendent of Public Instruction for information dissemination in the following six areas: general Information, Systems Change, Staff Development, Teaching and Learning, Collaboration, Standards and Assessment

Inclusion in Science Education for Students with Disabilities

Inclusive Education Web Site - Renaissance Group, The Whats and How Tos of Inclusive Education

Institute on Community Integration, University of Minnesota - The Institute on Community Integration was established in 1985 with a mission to improve the quality and community orientation of services and supports available to individuals with developmental disabilities and their families.

Circle of Inclusion - The Circle of Inclusion Outreach Training Project is designed to address the challenges and issues of inclusive program development for children with severe, multiple disabilities.

Consortium on Inclusive Schooling Practices - The Consortium on Inclusive Schooling Practices represents a collaborative effort to build the capacity of state and local education agencies to serve children and youth with and without disabilities in school and community settings.

Inclusive Community Democracy - (Wayne State University) - This site provides information about building communities that: Include all people in school, community, and work life, empower individuals and families, provide support, encourage caring and engage members in civic action

Inclusion Resource Network

INTSEP - INTegration vs. SEParation The University of Fribourg, Switzerland's research.

The Family Village Inclusion Resources

Inclusion Press Home Page - Inclusion Press is a small independent press striving to produce readable, accessible, user-friendly books and resources about full inclusion in school, work, and community. Our books are excellent resources for courses and conferences. Write/call for information re bulk rates for schools and voluntary/advocacy organizations. InclusionPress can recommend packets of materials for your conferences, workshops, staff-development seminars and events.

Utah's Project for Inclusion    This site is a great place to start researching the practice of inclusion. Helpful resources include links to other agencies, information on upcoming conferences (both in and out of Utah), and a listing of companies that make products that cater to the education of those with disabilities. This site also features a listing of schools ( http://www.usoe.k12.ut.us/sars/Upi/schools.htm ) that are striving to be models of inclusion.

 


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