Delaware's 25th Annual Inclusion Conference

Dover, Delaware
Wednesday, March 13, 2019

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

  • Loretta MacLaren
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