“Don’t We Already Do Inclusion?”: 100 Ideas for Improving Inclusive Schools

by Paula Kluth (2013). Illustrations by Allison Fiutak

Paula Kluth is an author, consultant, advocate and independent scholar who promotes inclusive opportunities for all students in a school community. Her approach by upholding practices of differentiated instruction, multiple intelligences and assistive technology, promotes students to act as co-teachers. From the perspective of this author, this approach benefits all students as they are active in creating their learning journey.

Don’t We Already Do Inclusion?: 100 Ideas for Improving Inclusive Schools provides practical tips to help make inclusion fun for the classroom and school community. The author shares ideas, personal stories, reminders, interpretations and challenges her readers through questions to further reflect upon. Kluth’s book is a must-read for realistic applications and ideas to meet the needs of a diverse set of learners and help promote all students to feel a sense of belonging and greater engagement. In addition to the helpful activities for educators, this book also articulates strategies for school administrators and the broader community to foster inclusion. Paula Kluth is successful at dispelling common misconceptions and inspiring change to promote inclusive practices that improve the learning experience for ALL students.

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