Inclusive Learning Issues

Inclusive learning means involving all of your students and not to exclude anyone for any reason. Also taking into account any individual learning or support needs.
Always making sure we engage, stimulate and motivate all students to achieve their full potential.
Depending on the students we are teaching we would adapt our teaching   to optimise the learning experience for all students.
Taking into account individual learning styles and needs. Using eye contact with all students, asking open questions to everyone at some point during the session and using names are ways to make each student feel included.
Using a mixture of different approaches will make sure we meet all learning styles and involve all students. We would also need to be aware of any challenges to inclusive learning   such as a lack of confidence or fear of embarrassment. There may also be barriers such as the room layout which may not encourage group work
Depending on the environment and the subject i am teaching   in, and the resources available   based upon the needs of the students , for example   a handout to promote understanding, or computer access to promote variety.
some examples are:
*computerised presentations
*flip chart paper and pens
*overhead projector
*puzzles and crosswords
making sure that any equipment used is properly serviced and meets all health and safety requirements. Also that all resources are appropriate in terms of quality ,quantity and content   and relevant to the subject.
It is important to create assessment activities   to meet individual learners needs so that we can monitor and log   their progress, we would do this by during a session   we would start with an initial assessment (at the beginning), formative (during) and summative (at the end).
To create an assessment opportunity at the beginning of a session   we could ask our students if anyone has any prior knowledge of the subject. This would enable us to...