Inclusive Language

Inclusive language is an important component of inclusive education. Using and encouraging inclusive language in your classroom will result in open and respectful communication between the students and the teacher, and with each other.

This Inclusive Language article on the Monash University website is a fantastic resource outlining reasons for and examples of inclusive language, relating to race, gender and disability.

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