New Course: Why Inclusion Works in an Educational Setting Available Now!
Who Should Attend
K-12 Educators and Administrators who have a desire to learn best practices in creating and supporting inclusive classrooms while building their credentials in the field.
This module will cover the foundations of inclusion in an educational setting. It will cover three main topic areas: the fundamental principles of inclusion, inclusive environments in education, and identifying myths surrounding inclusion. Upon conclusion of each topic area, the user will be presented a post-test to evaluate his or her knowledge with the associated topic. In addition, after successful completion of each post-test, the learner will receive 0.2 IACET accredited CEU’s that can be used towards professional development purposes.
- Explain the Fundamental Principles of Inclusion
- Recognize Inclusive Environments Within the Educational Setting
- Identify the Misconceptions Surrounding Inclusion through Empirical Research
Course Content and Structure
This is a completely online self-paced course consisting of three separate lessons.
Lesson 1: Fundamental Principles of Inclusion
Lesson 2: Inclusive Environments Within the Educational Setting
Lesson 3: Misconceptions Surrounding Inclusion
Cost is $70/person and you must create a KIT Online Learning Center account.