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Ten Twitter Accounts to Follow for Inclusion Inspiration

A great way to keep up with what’s going on with inclusion is to follow people who are passionate about it on Twitter. You’ll find links to news stories, opinion pieces, and how-tos every day to inspire and inform you. Here are ten I recommend — and while you’re at it, follow me at @inclusive_class.

Ten Inclusion Twitter Accounts to Follow1. @think_inclusive

“Inclusive Education Advocacy, News, and Resources || Inclusion. Every Day.”

More from @think_inclusive: Website | Facebook | Google+ | Instagram

Ten Inclusion Twitter Accounts to Follow2. @PaulaKluth

“Consultant, teacher, author, advocate and scholar who works with teachers and families to provide inclusive opportunities for students with disabilities.”

More from @PaulaKluth: Website | Facebook | YouTube

 

Ten Inclusion Twitter Accounts to Follow3. @BrookesPubCo

“All learners deserve to meet their potential, from preschool to high school and beyond. Tweets about inclusive education, UDL, co-teaching, disability, and more.”

More from @BrookesPubCo: Website | Facebook | Pinterest | Blog

 

Ten Inclusion Twitter Accounts to Follow4. @JewishSpecialEd

“Jewish Educator and Disability Inclusion Expert | Blogger | Speaker & consultant to inclusive communities | speaker and trainer | Wife, mom, friend”

More @JewishSpecialEd: Website | Facebook | Google+

 

Ten Inclusion Twitter Accounts to Follow5. @thinkcollegeICI

College options for people with intellectual disabilities

More from @thinkcollegeICI: Website | Facebook

 

Ten Inclusion Twitter Accounts to Follow6. @KITandNTIC

“KIT promotes acceptance of differences by teaching inclusive practices to people who serve children.”

More from @KITandNTIC: Website | Facebook | Pinterest | Instagram | YouTube

 

Ten Inclusion Twitter Accounts to Follow7. @ollibean

“Ollibean is a cross-disability community for families and advocates committed to access and full inclusion.”

More from @ollibean: Website | Facebook | PinterestTumblr | YouTube

 

Ten Inclusion Twitter Accounts to Follow8. @inclusionchick

“Married to a great guy, mom to 4 — found my calling with #education #inclusion #catholicschools and hashtags :)”

More from @inclusionchick: Website | Facebook | Instagram

 

Ten Inclusion Twitter Accounts to Follow9. @tweetsomemoore

“A storytelling, inclusive educator and teacher-consultant in British Columbia, Canada.”

More from @tweetsomemore: Website

 

Ten Inclusion Twitter Accounts to Follow10. @ParaEducate

“Creating materials to be used in the classroom for students with disabilities and teaching how they should be used.”

More from @paraeducate: Website | Facebook | Pinterest


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Nicole Eredics

Written on June 12, 2017 by:

Nicole Eredics is an educator who advocates for the inclusion of students with disabilities in the general education classroom. She draws upon her years of experience as a full inclusion teacher to write, speak, and consult on the topic of inclusive education to various local and national organizations. Nicole uses her unique insight and knowledge to provide practical strategies for fully including and instructing students of all abilities in the classroom. She is the author of a practical new guidebook for teachers and parents called Inclusion in Action: Practical Strategies to Modify Your Curriculum. For more information, go to www.theinclusiveclass.com.
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