The Seven Principles for Inclusive Education

This framework outlines seven principles that can serve as a foundation for teacher training and professional development focused on equity. The framework was developed by Tanenbaum, an organization that works to combat religious discrimination and hate. It comes in both a two-page, and an in-depth format filled with strategies and suggestions. Some of the principles include:

  • How to prevent prejudice
  • How to teach curriculum to various students
  • Choosing inclusive materials

Culturally responsive teaching is critical to the creation of student-centered learning environments. Educators can apply the framework to any classroom or lesson plan to increase equity and decrease exclusion. It can also be used with a group as the starting point for conversations or a springboard to more equitable teaching practices.

Source Organization: Tanenbaum

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