INCLUSIVE SCHOOLING

Inclusive Schooling is an engaging community for educators, administrators and parents who seek to create more inclusive schools. We believe that every learner can be included in caring, creative school communities.

JULIE CAUSTON, PH.D.

SPEAKER
AUTHOR
EDUCATOR

Teaching, research and consulting guided by
passion for inclusive education

courses on inclusive schooling

Elementary Educators

Online Course
$21
  • A 21-day online experience to give inspired educators helpful practices to get more connected with students, colleagues, and the community.

Parents

Video Course
$149
  • The Inspired Advocate Program is an online video course for parents who want the knowledge and expertise to advocate for effective inclusion for their children. Includes full access to closed Facebook group.

Praise

I was so taken by Dr. Causton’s wisdom I requested that she come and work with my entire staff — over 1,000 teachers, teacher assistants, service providers, librarians, etc. It was the best professional development we’ve ever had.

Sherry. Administrator. Canada

Dr. Julie’s class gave me so many new strategies for differentiation and problem-solving— she was amazing!

Shelly. Educator. New York

This series of classes taught me more about inclusion, the law, and supporting students than I learned in my entire masters program. Everything was so useful. I could take and use all of the information right away to improve my classroom. I am so happy I signed up for the course!

Joanna. Educator. New York

LEARN MORE

THE INCLUSION PODCAST

September Self-Care Part 3: MOVEMENT IS NECESSARY

This is part 3 of our 4-part series on self-care for educators with the purpose of developing a thriving classroom and school system. Part 1 talked about how we can fill our own cup to fill others’, part 2 discussed the transformative power of gratitude, and this...

September Self-Care Part 2: TRANSFORMATIVE GRATITUDE

This is the second part in a series of blogs devoted to self-care for educators in the context of facilitating a thriving inclusive classroom. If you haven’t read part 1, you can do so here.   As a review, in the first blog we talked about how filling one’s...

Self-Care Part 1: THE FULL CUP

Educators know that September can be a challenging month. It’s the first of the school year, and with the excitement, it also brings anxiety, stress, and difficulties as teachers, students, and administrators adjust to the “new normal.” One of the best things...