Looking for information about making inclusion happen in your schools and communities? IAMYOU is very pleased to offer you this resource page, which will connect you to the great works and materials of the same advocacy groups nationwide and worldwide.

Articles & Documents

Inclusion Basics

For several years, there is still confusion and widely varying definitions of the “inclusion.” The lack of a common understanding of this important practice actually impedes further progress for students, their families, and the educators who teach them.

Simply stated, inclusive education means that all students are full and accepted members of their school community, in which their educational setting is the same as their non-disabled peers, whenever appropriate.

Improving Education: The Promise of Inclusive Education

Classroom Tools

Teachers and school administrators need concrete examples of working techniques and practices to make inclusion work for their students. This section provides a list of suggested techniques that have been widely used by our partners to promote inclusion.

Collaboration and Family Involvement

Inclusion requires a multi stakeholder approach to make it happen. Everybody in the community plays a significant role to ensure that no one is left behind. Thus, members of the community as well as family members must also be educated on the concepts and practices on inclusion.

Manuals & Handouts

An Inclusive Day – Building Foundations for Learner-Centered, Inclusive Education

Source: EENET

Leadership for Creating Inclusive Classrooms: Access to Rigorous Work for All Students

Source: IAMYOU

Inclusive Education in Practice: Developing Inclusive Classrooms and School Communities

Source: IAMYOU


Website Links

  1. We Are Teachers  (classroom ideas; socioemotional learning; audio-books; free printables)
  2. Edutopia  (many education topics and videos)
  3. Friendship Circle ( for those who are still not convinced about disability-inclusion)
  4. Inclusive Schools Network
  5. Understood (for learning and attention issues in education)
  6. Teachers College Inclusive Classrooms Project
  7. Inclusive Classrooms Project
  8. The Educator Effectiveness Guidebook for Inclusive Practice
  9. Toward inclusive classrooms and communities