What does inclusion in education look like?
In its most simple form, inclusive education means accepting, understanding and catering for students’ differences and diversity whether that’s physical, cognitive, academic, social, or emotional. The goal of inclusive education is that students spending time outside the regular classroom environment is an exception rather than the norm.
In well established inclusive education environments, students feel welcomed and comfortable in our classrooms and are supported throughout their education.
The role of technology in inclusive education
Everyone thinks and learns differently. That’s at the very heart of inclusive education. When we know where each student’s strengths lie, and how they like to learn best, we can start to provide tools, and technology to support their style of learning.
Texthelp tools are designed to support every learner in your classroom. Each tool has a range of supports to compliment learning in the classroom and at home. Helping you to create an inclusive learning environment.
Making the maths class inclusive and engaging
To make maths lessons inclusive, we need to anticipate what barriers to taking part and learning particular activities, lessons may pose for students in our class. In planning we need to consider the accessibility of our lessons and ways of minimising or reducing those barriers so that all students can fully take part and learn. We want all of our learners to foster independent learning techniques.
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“Our investment in technology has improved accessibility for all, including those learners with additional needs and English as an Additional Language learners. Increased use of such tools have also spilled beyond the classroom, helping students with their homework and facilitating independent study.”