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INCLUDE: The International Collaboratory for Leadership in Universally Designed Education

“Working closely with international professionals, researchers and practitioners to make a positive difference in the learning and lives of traditionally marginalised students through inclusive instructional design and implementation”.


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May 18th is Global Accessibility Awareness Day. Celebrate and learn with INCLUDE!


Our most recent webinar was June 9th:

Entrepreneurial Leadership Program Renewal at Kwantlen Polytechnic University (KPU): Centering Student Voice and Choice presented by: Seanna Takacs, Katherine Carpenter and Brad Anderson, Kwantlen Polytechnic University, British Columbia, Canada

You will be able to view this webinar and others HERE.


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Watch this space to learn about ICEQ 2023!

The 5th International Conference on Quality in Education (ICEQ 2022) was a great success.

INCLUDE, in collaboration with the University of Ibn Zohr (Morocco) and many others offered this 3-day program focused on inclusion, equality and diversity in education.

ICEQ 2023, the 6th International Conference on Education Quality, will take place 25-27 October 2023 at the University of Ibn Zohr, Agadir, Morocco.

Learn more here as details become available.


What You Will Find On This Website

This INCLUDE website provides a global venue for education professionals, learners, researchers, and stakeholders who are interested in inclusive education, inclusive instructional design, and Universal Design for Learning (UDL) to CONNECT, to LEARN, to APPLY, to CHANGE, and to SHARE


Click on these links to find out more about INCLUDE, its aims and its action-oriented values.

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CONNECT

Connect with those in your own field and beyond who share in the global vision of inclusive education for all.

  • INCLUDE Blog
  • Global Connection Resources for Educators, Learners, Researchers, Organizations, and Diverse Groups
  • Events: Conferences, Trainings, Webinars & Other Events

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LEARN

Learn about effective tools, technologies and examples of and for inclusive instruction. Link to courses and programs to expand your learning

  • Tech Tools
  • Resources & Reviews (Websites, apps, etc.)
  • Online courses
  • MOOCS
  • Master’s in UDL
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APPLY

Apply accessible and universally designed physical spaces and instructional curricula through the design models, activities, and examples.  Share your own curriculum design strategies and ideas, and develop partnerships for future efforts

  • Curriculum Design
  • Assessment
  • App Design
  • Physical spaces
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CHANGE

Work toward systemic change.  Discover policies, guidelines, laws, and initiatives sparking inclusive change around the world.  Share your own policies, laws, and information to help build global understanding of inclusive education and the change that is needed

  • Policies
  • Standards & Guidelines
  • International Initiatives
  • Laws
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SHARE

Share your knowledge and experience by posting examples of your inclusive work to help build a library of inclusive materials, case studies, tool kits and guidelines for others to learn from and use

  • Post your materials
  • Case studies
  • Toolkits
  • Accessibility Guidelines