What if your school just said "yes" to inclusion? How would students with and without autism benefit? How would you solve the challenges? What do great inclusive schools really look like? Paula Kluth has the answers--and now they're on one powerful DVD that will help make your school an inclusion success story. One of today's most dynamic, respected, and in-demand experts on autism and inclusion, Paula Kluth brings together more than a dozen of her colleagues for this complete professional development package on effective inclusion. Hosted by Paula and expanding on key lessons from her bestselling books and popular presentations, the 55-minute professional development video walks you through the what, why, and how of honoring and supporting all learners. Through clips of real teachers in successful inclusive classrooms and interviews with educators, administrators, a parent, and students, you'll discover practical ways to differentiate instruction nurture students' social skills through peer supports improve school culture so all students are welcomed and included individualize objectives and standards make the most of each student's gifts and interests use positive behavior supports presume competence strengthen partnerships between schools and families co-teach effectively reframe challenges in a positive way An ideal professional development resource for experienced educators and preservice teachers in K-12 classrooms, this package also includes a concise Facilitator's Guide with sample professional development plans, helpful summaries of teaching strategies, more tips from educators, thought-provoking questions for group discussion, and practical forms and checklists to evaluate practices and plan supports. Say yes to inclusion with this comprehensive guide from Paula Kluth--and help your school become a stronger community where all learners use their unique gifts and achieve their full potential. Includes 55-minute professional development video with teaching strategies, classroom clips and interviews, and an inside look at 3 sample lessons 16-minute short video, Speaking of Inclusion: Ten Questions Asked and Answered, an inclusion Q&A with the education professionals in the feature film Facilitator's Guide with sample professional development plans, summaries of teaching strategies, questions for group discussion, and more Practical forms and checklists to evaluate practices and plan effective supports About Landlocked Films Beret E. Strong, Ph.D., M.F.A., and John Tweedy, J.D., M.A. are award-winning documentary filmmakers and owners of Landlocked Films. Their films have been seen on PBS nationally and shown at festivals around the world. Their focus is on social justice, indigenous cultures, and education. John is an attorney and Beret is an author and researcher.