Inclusive Design

Every Child. Every Class. Every Day.

 

Inclusive Design supports the education of all students by focusing on critical aspects of inclusive learning environments. Our current focus is Universal Design for Learning (UDL), an evidence-based framework for systematically addressing learner variability. We have created the Universal Design for Learning Academy (UDLA), a multi-tiered system of supports (MTSS) for implementing UDL at the classroom, site, and district levels. Other efforts to support inclusion include the LACOE Special Education Symposium, the Theory and Practice Livebinder of general and special education resources, and hosting workshops on topics such as ELL's with disabilities, standards-aligned instruction for students with moderate-to-severe disabilities, and more.
Announcements
Supports for Standards-Based Instruction for SWD's
Two upcoming workshops - WestEd leading work with mod-severe on 12/3/18 and Becky Wetzel supporting 2 days of learning on mild-moderate disabilities on 1/29-2/4/19...Read more
UDL trainings and resources
The Universal Design for Learning Academy provides districts with a multi-tiered system of support for implementing UDL. Click here for more info......Read more
Supporting English Learners with Disabilities
We're pleased to host West Ed for a 2-day workshop focusing on how to support English Learners with Disabilities...Read more
Resource for Implementing SBAC Supports
LACOE CIS Inclusive Design has created the "Timeline for Implementing SBAC Supports" - a WHO does WHAT WHEN guide for action that can be adapted to fit the idiosyncrasies of your site/district. You can find the timeline, as well as all the supporting documents and resources, in the SBAC livebinder....Read more