What are the rules of inclusion?

1. everyone is welcome
2. see rule #1

Welcome to Inclusion Rules!

After nearly 10 years with www.PaulaKluth.com, I’m excited to unveil my new site and provide you with even more inclusion-related resources and tools. The purpose of this new site is to promote inclusive schooling and offer lots and lots and lots of ideas for those working hard to create classrooms all all every single day. Whether you are a self-advocate/advocate, educator, paraprofessional, administrator, or parent, I want you to be able to find content here that is thought-provoking and helpful.

Co-Teaching Kick Off

Paula Kluth inclusion event

Event Completed

Thanks to everyone who attended! Stay tuned – we will be running the event again in the near future. Want to run an exclusive version of this event for your group or have other questions?

Down Syndrome Short Course

Paula Kluth inclusion event

October 4-31, 2021

Down syndrome short course with Paula Kluth

Registration is closing TODAY!! Get exclusive access this workshop series that has 6 hours of live and on demand online professional development sessions available to view throughout the month of October.

Paula Kluth information

tip of the day

If your student enjoys reading a book repeatedly, add something new to each reading. On one occasion, point out the front and back covers. On another day, talk about the illustrations.

inclusion resources

Paula Kluth books

featured book

Universal Design Daily by Paula Kluth

Universal Design Daily

365 Ways to Teach, Support & Challenge All Learners Using UDL

Inclusion Rules video

video

Coaster by Paula Kluth

View short inclusion clips

Paula Kluth inclusion articles

articles

Inclusive schooling articles at Inclusion Rules

Read dozens of articles


Over, under, around or through. Find a way or make a way!

Don’t We Already Do Inclusion?, Paula Kluth, Ph.D.


blog posts

Sticky note classroom supports

what can you do with a sticky-note?: 7 ways to support diverse learners

"All about me" bag differentiation idea

“About Me” Alternatives: Getting to know you activities for inclusive classrooms

Using first-then boards as a support

first-then boards as a support for standards-based learning


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