Planning for Inclusion

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Planning for inclusion in your classroom

About. The resource comprises one 17 page DfES document (drawn from a larger document - see related resources). It first describes 'inclusion' - including how it relates to high quality, interactive pedagogy and then how inclusion can be built into planning. It goes on to suggest some activities teachers might like to try, before discussing three case studies each of which offers some ideas for inclusive classrooms.

Pedagogical content. This resource discusses planning(ta) for inclusion(ta), in particular as related to active learning(ta), group talk(ta) and more generally interactive pedagogy. (edit)

Resource details
Title Planning for Inclusion
Topic [[Topics/CPD|CPD]]
Teaching approach

[[Teaching Approaches/Group talk|Group talk]],  [[Teaching Approaches/Inclusion|Inclusion]],  [[Teaching Approaches/Active learning|Active learning]],  [[Teaching Approaches/Planning|Planning]]

Learning Objectives

By the end of the document you should have some ideas about the nature of inclusion, planning for inclusion, and how to engage inclusive interactive pedagogy.

Format / structure



[[Resources/Teacher Education|Teacher Education]]

Age of students / grade

[[Resources/Secondary|Secondary]],  [[Resources/Higher|Higher]]

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