The History and Evolution of Inclusion

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  • Author: April Remfrey
  • Level: Beginner to Intermediate
  • Study time: 3-4 hours
  • Video time: 1 hour
  • Participants have up to 3 months to complete this course after registration
Course overview

In this course, we will explore disability history and practices through three sections. Firstly, we will review the documented history of neurodivergent individuals and people with disabilities. Secondly, we will hear from Shelley Moore, a former Keynote speaker at SENIA, as she discusses the evolution of inclusion and where we have been, as well as where we are headed.

Finally, we will examine the history and evolution of services provided to students with disabilities.

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Meet the instructor

April Remfrey, MS

As an educational consultant, I specialize in supporting neurodiverse children and their families in international schools. I create comprehensive learner profiles to help schools understand each child's unique needs and abilities. I also work with schools to improve their disability-inclusive practices through professional development, teaching assistant training, and ongoing support.

With 25+ years of experience in teaching and learning support, I serve on the International and European boards of directors for SENIA and am a Council of International Schools Affiliated Consultant. I am passionate about helping children and their families achieve their full potential and believe that every child deserves quality education tailored to their unique needs.

Currently based in Zurich since 2013, I enjoy hiking, cooking gourmet food, and playing clarinet in the local concert band.
Patrick Jones - Course author