Inclusive Teaching in a Nutshell
A Visual Guide for Busy Teachers
Author 1: Rachel Cosgrave
A visual guide to high quality inclusive practice in the classroom.
Inclusive Teaching in a Nutshell is a visual, easy-to-read and honest guide for teachers who are looking for practical ways to adapt their teaching to meet the needs of all pupils. It provides a useful framework for thinking about inclusion and pupil engagement and encourages the reader to reflect on their classroom approaches. It explains how to provide an inclusive environment and ethos and offers straightforward explanations of common barriers to learning and how these may present in the classroom.
Packed with ideas for every age group and designed to be easy to access and use, the book spans eight key themes, covering topics such as lesson planning, classroom environment, assessment and feedback, and much more. Each section includes:
- explanations in accessible, digestible language
- a range of tried-and-tested strategies that teachers can adopt to improve pupil engagement and progress
- a summary of key content via one-page visual prompts.
The book is an ideal scaffold for teachers working in any setting who want to personalise their approaches in the classroom and make the school experience of vulnerable learners more positive.