ABOUT THE TOOLBOX
YOUR IDEAS FOR A MORE INCLUSIVE EDUCATION
The Inclusive Educators' Toolbox grew out of the Centre for Distance Education's course, MDDE631 Inclusive Leadership and Practice in Education, at Athabasca University. This course addresses the skills, knowledge, and attitudes required to deal successfully with student diversity. Participants address current challenges they face in a collaborative manner designed to create an ongoing community of practice.

The Toolbox extends this collaborative workspace to the broader community of inclusive educators by inviting you to join our community and contribute your own tools and ideas for inclusive education.


GROWTH OF THE TOOLBOX

The Inclusive Educators' Toolbox is a shared collection of member-created ideas, activities, and tools. As our community grows, so will our collection. The graph below indicates the total number of tools, downloads, and members over time.




PROJECT TEAM

Dr. Susan Bainbridge, Professor and Project Lead, Athabasca University
Ross Hunter, Communications Director, Aspen View Public Schools
Carmen Jensen-Tebb, Project Manager, Collaborations Program, Athabasca University
Dan Wilton, Project Developer, Athabasca University
Connie Levina Yuen, Instructional Media Analyst, Athabasca University
... and our growing community of contributors to the Toolbox.


FOR MORE RESOURCES: THE TEL RESOURCES REPOSITORY

telresources.org
Technology-enabled learning (TEL) has the power to transform both teaching and learning in classroom-based, online, and blended education by introducing the digital tools and resources 21st-century learners will need in order to explore, understand, and express themselves. These technologies, including computers, the internet, social media, mobile and tablet devices, and open educational resources, can bring fundamental structural changes. They can transform teaching by creating new, connected relationships between teachers, students, and content to improve instruction and create a more personalized form of learning. Applied well, TEL has the potential to expand learning opportunities, enrich experiences, and support greater equality of access around the world. Join the TEL Resources Repository community and contribute your own resources and ideas for technology-enabled education.
MOST DOWNLOADS

Spirit Buddies and other UDL ideas for the classroom (15)
Amber Hensch
Elementary
This collection of ways to implement UDL in the classroom features a description of Spirit Buddies, an activity pairing students to allow ...

Inclusive ways to divide students into groups (13)
Gwen Dawes Harker
Elementary, Secondary
From selecting socks to completing puzzles or quotations, this list offers up a number of interesting and fun ways to divide students into ...

Reflections: Inclusive Leadership and Practice in Education (10)
Jane Downing
I came to [MDDE] 631 as a novice in the sphere of inclusive leadership and approached the 631 journey as a passionate pursuit to unravel ...

Talking Heads (10)
Terry-Ann Driedger
Secondary
In this detailed lesson plan, students use a conceptual mapping app and other digital tools to create a self-profile. In the end, you have ...


MOST LIKES

Talking Heads (1)
Terry-Ann Driedger
Secondary
In this detailed lesson plan, students use a conceptual mapping app and other digital tools to create a self-profile. In the end, you have ...
The Inclusive Educators' Toolbox is a cooperative project between the Centre for Distance Education at Athabasca University, Aspen View Public Schools, and our global community of inclusive education researchers and practitioners.