Part I: Introduction and Fundamental Concepts
1 Inclusive education in the 21st century
2 Fundamental concepts of inclusive education
3 Does inclusion work?
Part II : Educators' Obligations under International and National Legislation and Policy
4 Inclusive education as a human right
5 Legislation, litigation and implications for inclusion
6 What is the NCCD and what does it mean for my practice?
Part III : Universal Evidence-based Strategies to Effectively Teach Diverse Learners in Supportive and Safe Inclusive Environments
7 Using assessment data to support student learning
8 Universal approaches to curriculum, pedagogy and assessment
9 Making adjustments to curriculum, pedagogy and assessment
Part IV : Developing Inclusive School Cultures through Inclusive and Ethical Practices
10 Developing inclusive school cultures through ethical practices
11 Putting students at the centre
12 Nurturing close student-teacher relationships
13 Promoting student wellbeing and mental health through social and emotional learning
14 Developing productive partnerships with parents and carers
15 Collaborating with colleagues and other professionals
16 Rethinking the use of teacher aides
Linda J. Graham is a Professor in the School of Early Childhood and Inclusive Education at the Queensland University of Technology. She is the Chair of the Academic Advisory Panel for All Means All: Australian Alliance for Inclusive Education and has published widely on inclusive education.