Executive Function · Language and literacy skills · Raising awareness

5 ideas for an inclusive classroom

This is one for teachers to put into practice and share with colleagues, and for parents to share with teachers and adapt to use at home. There are many small adjustments and adaptations that require minimal effort from an adult, but can make the world of different to a child.

As with all my infographics, this one can be downloaded for printing. There’s a link at the bottom of the page. It’s completely free, but please credit Sarah Gillie – Beacons Unique

Inclusive classrooms

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