ALL IN! Including Students with Down Syndrome in 

Pre-K through 12 Schools

On-Demand Inclusive Extravaganza


Dr. Julie Causton & Dr. Kristie Pretti-Frontczak – Co-Instructors

What you will learn:


✅ The “Why” and “How” of inclusion

✅ 20 ways to create more inclusive schools

✅ How to support students who challenge you

✅ A new approach to behavior

✅ Strategies for children to learn to self-regulate

✅ How to advocate for inclusion sessions

✅ Your School's Inclusion Quotient

Single Seat: 

District License:


This on-demand event is for:

  • parents of children and students with Down syndrome
  • entire teams of educators who want to learn to create more inclusive classrooms
  • those serving students PreK-12th grade



  • All the sessions have been recorded and you can access the material immediately upon registering



  • Online dashboard with a library of videos, links, and resources
  • You can attend from anywhere in the world through your computer, mobile device, or smartphone



  • Individuals: for $129 you have personal, lifetime access to the on-demand sessions
  • Districts: for $4750 you have unlimited and lifetime access to the on-demand library for your entire district. Need more information? Email with questions.

Here are a few highlights about the ALL IN event!

✅ Strategies for teaching students Pre-K to 21 with significant support needs

✅ You'll learn how to see misbehavior as stress behavior

✅ We debunk tons of special education myths

✅ Experts share their top strategies for supporting students virtually

✅ You'll have lifetime access to everything shared

Meet your Instructors

Dr. Julie Causton

Julie Causton is founder and CEO of Inclusive Schooling. She is a former Professor in the Inclusive and Special Education Program in the Department of Teaching and Leadership at Syracuse University. She has spent the past 20 years studying best practices for inclusive education and as a former elementary, middle and high school special education teacher herself, she knows firsthand how inclusion leads to better outcomes for students. She is an educational consultant and works with administrators, teachers, paraprofessionals and families across the country to help them promote and improve inclusive practices. Her dynamic presentations focus on engaging ways to educate all students within the context of general education. Julie is the author of many books about inclusive education and she has published articles in over thirty educational research and practitioner journals. She lives in Manlius, NY with her two adorable children, dogs, and three cats. 

Dr. Kristie Pretti-Frontzcak

An accomplished author, sought-after consultant, and educator’s educator, Dr. Kristie Pretti-Frontczak spent 16 years as a tenured professor in Higher Education at Kent State University before leaving to lead a {r}evolution in early childhood education. Through comprehensive classes, thought-provoking keynote addresses, and practical resources for teachers, she’s guiding adult professionals who work with our youngest students toward developing their emotional intelligence, reclaiming children’s right to learn through play and reimagining more inclusive classrooms. She has written six textbooks, two workbooks, and the AEPS curricular system, served as past President of the International Division for Early Childhood of the Council for Exceptional Children, and spent over 50,000 hours teaching adults best practices in early childhood care and education in locations from Cincinnati to Singapore. It’s all part of her effort to build kinder, more inclusive, and more creative classrooms-and therefore, a better world.


  • Sessions with Julie and Kristie where they share useful ideas and strategies for creating and maintaining inclusive schools
  • Bonus hour with Julie and Kristie on the “how” of inclusion
  • Two sessions on behaviors that are challenging (one with Julie and one with Kristie)
  • Session with Patrick G. Radel talking about legal myths with recent COVID updates
  • Session with Julie and Kristie to walk you through your school’s IQ (Inclusion Quotient)
  • On-demand session on helping kids become independent (specifically for paras)
  • On-demand dos and don’ts of virtual learning (students share their advice)
  • On-demand session on ending restraint and seclusion
  • On-demand session on inclusive related services (specifically for OTs and PTs)
  • On-demand self-advocate stories with Stephanie Traver and Otto Lana
  • On-demand session on race, ability, and equity with Ijumaa Jordan and Isela Garcia
  • Dr. Julie Causton's PBS series on inclusion
  • On-demand session with Shelley Moore on the intersectionality of identity
  • On-demand session on transgender students with Tony Ferraiolo

Plus Key PPT slide handouts, reusable downloads, and in-depth content grounded in research and best practices.