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2013 Inclusive Schools Week Theme

Authentic Inclusion:

Increasing Our Comfort Zone!
Inclusive Schools Network

Enjoy these featured activities designed to celebrate Inclusive Schools Week! Each lesson highlights a product that can be purchased for your students in our ISN Shop

Have students find a friend in another class during lunch, recess or another social time and share their favorite word from the word cloud and how it has helped them be more inclusive this week. Read more ideas...







Decorate your classroom with Inclusive Schools Week posters. Brainstorm characteristics of inclusive schools with your class and add these terms to your classroom word wall. Read more ideas...

For primary students, the sticker can become the center of a flower. On the petals students can, individually or in groups, write ideas of how to be kind to all people.  Older students can create Animoto or Photopeach online videos to represent acts of kindness based on inclusion. Read more ideas...

Working in small groups, have students visit the teacher designated, age-appropriate websites on the bookmark. Have students create an internet scavenger hunt with three destinations and tasks. Then they can trade scavenger hunts with another group to complete the tasks. Read more ideas...

Using the words in the word cloud, select the term that best reflects your understanding of inclusive practices. Then meet in small groups and allow each student one minute to share their rationale for choosing this word. Read more ideas...




Develop a class motto or mission statement that highlights the inclusive nature of the classroom. Create a poster featuring your motto. Ask students to sign the poster with the Inclusive Schools Network pencil to show their support of inclusive education. Read more ideas...

   
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