<img height="1" width="1" style="display:none;" alt="" src="https://ct.pinterest.com/v3/?event=init&amp;tid=2612747589493&amp;pd[em]=<hashed_email_address>&amp;noscript=1">

The Education Table Podcast

episode 7 -  Is Inclusion Really Good For Everyone

In this Episode of The Education Table, Katie Novak tackles the question, is there evidence that inclusion is good for all learners? Throughout the episode, Katie Novak:

  • Discusses the importance of creating inclusive learning environments for all students - including those with and without disabilities,
  • Examines the stance on inclusion from the United Nations and dives into evidence from the Herir reports on the effectiveness of student outcomes,
  • Explains how UDL, MTSS, and differentiated instruction play an integral role in its success, and 
  • Provides strategies for implementing inclusive practices, such as using diagnostic assessments, leveraging blended learning models, and shifting to student-led learning.

Join the movement. Transform education. Hit play on The Education Table.

Is Inclusion Really Good for Everyone?



Additional Resources to Explore:

  • Herir Reports. (2020). Inclusive Education: Benefits and Outcomes.
  • United Nations. (2019). Policy Guidelines on Inclusion in Education. Retrieved from unesco.org
  • Journal of Special Education. (2018). MTSS and Inclusive Education: A Comprehensive Review.

The Education Table

In The Education Table, Katie Novak offers insights into inclusive and innovative education, all in 10 minutes or less. Each episode will provoke thought, inspire action, and drive change, offering the tools necessary to transform educational experiences for every learner.

Join the Movement. Listen & Subscribe Now!

5f9710904743a3001216baeaiHR_primary_ColorApple_PodcastsSpotify_Logo_RGB_Green (1)