As recently as ten years ago, inclusive learning was seen by some as a mere buzzword. Today, for many, it is the wave of the future. At most institutions of higher learning, faculty are increasingly adopting and incorporating inclusive learning strategies their courses. This article goes beyond the single faculty approach in inclusive learning, and examines an approach that involves pairing up faculty in two unrelated disciplines, and providing a continuum that takes learning from one classroom to the next.



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