Delaware's 24th Annual Inclusion Conference

Dover, Delaware
Wednesday, March 14, 2018

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Quotes from previous attendees about what they have learned and how they will use it to initiate or improve inclusive practices.
  •  Effective instruction in Early Childhood Education
  • I will take the information back to my special education department to share and utilize within the school
  • Remembering that inclusion involves all people
  • I like the activity matrix and can use it to build activities/strategies for families
  • Be aware of how I ask my questions when conferencing or trying to gain more info about a child
  • Actual problem solving strategies for the challenges our families are facing: poverty, lack of parent involvement, uneducated/unsupportive child care providers
  •  Communicating with families/techniques, Creating/ writing functional outcomes
  • Effective communication skills, parent advocate
  • Will discuss further with supervisor and other team members re how to implement
  • Use info on trauma as we address trauma informed practices/compassionate schools model in strategic plan – district wide
  • We have many ELL students within our district, so I plan to turnkey some of this information.
  • Avoid making assumptions about dual language learners
  • Incorporating different kinds of inclusive practice in literacy – thinking outside of the box!!
  • Use resources provided to enhance practices in the classroom
  • I got great tools that I can easily make and use in my room.
  • I can’t wait to implement more, and better. Foldables!
  • Provide more access to text to all students, use cool online tools taught

 

Contact Information

  • rathel@udel.edu or 302-856-1081
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