Inclusive Learning Network

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The Inclusive Learning Network’s primary purpose is to advance knowledge concerning specialized technology products and effective practices for enhancing opportunities for children, youth and adults with disabilities and for students who are gifted.


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  • Outstanding Inclusive Educator Award

    Nominations for 2017 ILN Outstanding Educator Award

    Nominations are now open for the Inclusive Learning Network (ILN) Outstanding Educator Award! This year's winner could be YOU!

    Nominate yourself or a colleague today via the 2017 InclusiveLN Award form.

  • Winter 2017 Inclusive Learning Network Newsletter

    It’s February, and we have a jam-packed new Winter 2017 Inclusive Learning Network Newsletter out to fill your brains and warm your hearts.

    In this issue:
    - Nominate yourself or someone else for the 2017 Inclusive Learning Network Outstanding Educator Award
    - Check out FreshGrade to upgrade your learners’ portfolio work
    - Meet Karen Janowski, UDL & AT advocate extraordinaire
    - Learn what’s been happening with our advocacy committee
    - Preview our upcoming book study
    - And so much more!

    Have a warm winter, and live inclusively!

  • Nominations for 2017 ILN Outstanding Educator Award

    Dear Inclusive LN Members,

    Nominations are now open for the Inclusive Learning Network (ILN) Outstanding Educator Award! Nominate yourself or a colleague today via the 2017 InclusiveLN Award form.

    The Inclusive Learning Network (ILN) Outstanding Educator Award honors an individual who exemplifies the vision and mission of the ILN - "enhancing opportunities for ALL learners through effective practices and technology resources." Nominations will be considered from individuals working in various educational settings, including but not limited to Pre-K-12, higher education, non-profit, and industry.

    Last year’s winner, Luis Pérez continues to be a leader in our field and active member of the ILN, consulting and presenting around the world on inclusive learning issues and co-chairing the Professional Learning and Conference Proposal Review committees. His ongoing commitment to inclusive learning truly exemplifies the intent of the award.

    The call for nominations begins today, February 1, 2017 and runs through to the end of February. The winner will be honored in a variety of ways -


    • Award presented at ISTE 2017 PLN Leaders
    • Breakfast
    • Blog posts honoring award recipients
    • ISTE social media posts
    • Complimentary one-year standard ISTE membership
    • Press release from ISTE

      There will be ONE winner, but ALL nominees will be honored. Nominations will be shared with the Inclusive Learning Network Community via Social Media and ILN Website - A wonderful way to showcase exemplary work in this field!

      Inclusively Yours,
      Susie and Jennifer

      Susie Gronseth
      President, Inclusive Learning Network

      Jennifer Edge-Savage
      President-Elect, Inclusive Learning Network