We are excited to announce that our 2021 DSI Annual Conference will feature Dr. Paula Kluth!
Inclusion: 5 Things Every Parent, Educator & Advocate Should Know
If you ever wonder about the “whys” and “whats” of inclusive education, this presentation is for you. Whether you have been doing this work for decades or are completely new to the topic, this workshop will provide you with new insights and up-to-date research that is critical for creating inclusion success stories. Dr. Kluth will share five ideas (one of them may surprise you) that will provide any individuals or teams with ideas for “next steps” in advocacy, teaching, and support. Come for stories and inspiration and stay for the practical tips and tools!
- Date: Saturday, May 1, 2021
- Time: 9:00am – 11:00 am
- Location: Virtual
- Individual Registration cost: $25 (financial assistance is available upon request)
- Educator Bundle Cost: $200 for up to 20 educator
- Discounted price of $200 for up to 20 attendees
- Registered attendees can attend the live session and/or access to the session recording until 5/15/21. (If you need to require your staff’s attendance, they have the flexibility to watch the session during work hours)
- 2 hours of Professional Growth Point
- Learn more Paula Kluth School Flyer
- Sign up for the Educator Bundle at _____________ or click here for a printable form Educator Bundle Registration
- Return from to email@example.com or fax to 317-925-7619
DSI 2021 Annual Conference Registration
About Dr. Paula Kluth:
Dr. Paula Kluth is a consultant, author, advocate, and independent scholar who works with
teachers and families to provide inclusive opportunities for students with disabilities and to
create more responsive and engaging schooling experiences for all learners. She is a former K-
12 special educator who has served as a classroom teacher, co-teacher, and inclusion
facilitator. Paula has also been a university professor and has taught courses on both inclusion
and disability studies. Most recently, Paula’s work has centered on helping teachers and
administrators educate all students in their schools and classrooms. She also frequently works
with families and advocacy groups to support goals related to inclusion. In addition to
inclusive education, her professional interests include Universal Design for Learning, coteaching,
and educating students with complex support needs.
All In: 18 Ways to Include All Students in Virtual Classrooms is Paula’s newest book. She is also
the author or co-author of 15 other titles including Universal Design Daily, 30 Days to the Co-
Taught Classroom, Don’t We Already Do Inclusion?, and “You’re Going to Love This Kid!”:
Teaching Students with Autism in Inclusive Classrooms. She is also the author of a few books
for children including Coaster, a story of a puppy with wonderful wheels.
Paula has won several awards in her field. She is the recipient of the PEAK Parent Center’s Ally
for Inclusion Award; The PEAL [Parent Education & Advocacy Leadership] Center’s Inclusive
Education Champion Award; The National Down Syndrome Congress’s Educator of the Year;
The Belle Center of Chicago’s Inclusion Advocate of the Year; and the University of Wisconsin’s
“Forward Under 40” Award.
Contact firstname.lastname@example.org with questions.
2020 Conference Recordings
What to Know About Supported Decision-Making and Other Options
- Melissa Keyes, Executive Director, Indiana Disability Rights
- Watch recording at https://youtu.be/7VQqvBl0Uco
Erskine Green Training Institute
- Fenway Park, Recruitment Specialist, Erskine Green Training Institute
- Watch recording at https://youtu.be/9KLIhKUiLlc
The Importance of High Expectations for Families of Children with Disabilities: What Does the Research Say and What Should We Do?
- Katie Herron, Ph.D., Research Associate with Early Childhood Center, Indiana Institute on Disability and Community
- Watch recording at https://youtu.be/iCrP3SdTYbM
Skill Building Across the Lifespan
- Jade Presnell, MS, LSW, Behavioral Consultant, Insights Consulting
- Watch recording at https://youtu.be/cd2aFq6cBfU
How to Plan for Future Independence
- Phil Clark, Founder and President, ENABLE Special Needs Planning
- Watch recording at https://youtu.be/uBFRIZTs0K4
Trouble with Transitions: When Mood and Anxiety Symptoms Get in the Way
- Cassie Karlsson, MD, Assistant Professor of Clinical Psychiatry, Indiana University School of Medicine
- Watch recording at https://youtu.be/pAKhYjyHC8g
Setting the Stage for the Future
- Heather Dane, Family Engagement Specialist, Bureau of Developmental Disabilities Services
- Watch recording at https://youtu.be/G5bdozQRmbg
Restoring Dignity and Self-Determination by Charting the LifeCourse
- Karly Sciortino-Poulter, The Arc Advocacy Network Director
- Watch recording at https://youtu.be/KnD48Dl3bNQ
For more information, please contact email@example.com.