Planting the Seeds of Inclusion Conference
Bringing together educators, therapists, parents and other professionals who support the growth and learning of all children — birth to age 22 — in inclusive settings.
Every March, the departments of Curriculum and Instruction, Reading, Special Education and Educational Leadership at the University of Wisconsin Oshkosh College of Education and Human Services host the Planting the Seeds of Inclusion conference to help support inclusive education.
2013 Conference Highlights and Materials
If you missed the conference, you can view the opening remarks and awards presentation as well as the keynote address by Dr. Cheryl Jorgensen titled "The Inclusion Imperative: Creating Schools Where All Children Belong and Learn."
Following Jorgensen’s address, conference attendees took part in breakout sessions, covering topics such as:
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