Best Inclusive Education podcasts — Resources on the inclusion model for families and schools (Updated August 2017; image)
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The Whole Child Podcast: Changing the Conversation About Education
 
The Whole Child Podcast: Changing the Conversation About Education seeks to inform and engage educators, parents, community members -- and you -- about what works in today's schools. Guests include educational leaders, practitioners, policymakers, researchers, and students from around the globe who share their insights about sound education policies and practices that ensure that each student is healthy, safe, engaged, supported, and challenged.
 
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The Inclusive Class Podcast
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The Inclusive Class Podcast is for families and schools who are interested in learning about the inclusion of children with special needs in the general education classroom. Include all!
 
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Guests: 2017 Vision in Action: The ASCD Whole Child Award-winning School Butterield Trail Middle School, Van Buren, Arkansas - Recorded live at ASCD Empower17 in Anaheim, California, ASCD recognizes the school's tremendous dedication and many accomplishments through a discusion around the importance of relationships, culture, healthy and safe e ...…
 
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Guests: Jason Flom, Ross Hall, and Jahana Hayes, 2016 National Teacher of the Year - The skills needed in society today are not the skills that have dominated education for the past half-century. They are the skills that utilize and synthesize knowledge and require us to act in concert with each other, develop relationships, and take ownership. ...…
 
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The Whole Child Podcast: Changing the Conversation About Education
 
Guests: Nancie Atwell and Michael Soskil - Although much has been written about the achievement gap, less has been said about redirecting our focus to student engagement in learning. And focusing on engagement may be the closest thing we have to ensuring effective learning is taking place. On this episode, host Sean Slade, director of outreach ...…
 
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The Whole Child Podcast: Changing the Conversation About Education
 
Guests: Christine Brandt, Krystal Keller, Sharice Madison, Ryan Prosser, Danielle Shumate - Jason Lee Middle School, a high-poverty school in Tacoma, Washington, serves 584 students from grades 6 through 8. The success of the school—which was removed from Washington’s low-performing school priority list last year—begins with a clear vision and ...…
 
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The Whole Child Podcast: Changing the Conversation About Education
 
Guests: Richard Curwin, Brenda Mendoza, Laurie A. Namey - Classrooms today educate increasingly diverse students who live in a globalized and interconnected world. To ensure our children are prepared to thrive in this environment, we must deliver each of them the quality education they deserve―one that focuses on the whole child and ensures acc ...…
 
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Guests: Emily Davis, Aman Dhanda, Jane Hill, and Adam Holman - Our schools are responsible for meeting the educational needs of an increasingly diverse student population, including those who are learning the English language. These English learners represent nearly 10 percent of the total K–12 student population and are the fastest growing seg ...…
 
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The Whole Child Podcast: Changing the Conversation About Education
 
Guests: Fred Ende, Maddie Fennell, and Bryan Goodwin - Teacher leadership is not a new topic in education, but it is one that has continued to grow in importance. When teachers are empowered to lead in their schools, they experience greater job satisfaction and are empowered to make a greater impact—and students benefit by having the best teach ...…
 
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The Whole Child Podcast: Changing the Conversation About Education
 
Guests: Peter Anderson, Jeffrey Bradbury, and Gordon Stokes - We may wish for teacher collaboration, by itself, to improve learning, but the reality is more complex. What does team teaching look like in today's schools? Do teachers have the skills and supports they need to make such collaboration work? How are teachers transforming their practi ...…
 
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The Whole Child Podcast: Changing the Conversation About Education
 
Guests: Marc Brackett, Anthony Cody, and Joshua P. Starr - Data, data, and more data. Educators are asked to gather and interpret student data to guide improvement, measure student learning, and track efforts to engage and support learners. On this episode we explore the data schools and districts collect and how to translate them into meaningf ...…
 
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Guests: Jeffrey Benson, Giacomo Bono, Laurie A. Namey - How educators respond to students' emotions and emotional behaviors can have lifelong effects—on students' academic growth, on the way they see themselves as people, and on the well-being of all the other students. In this episode, we explore how we all can help develop kids who are emotio ...…
 
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Students learn best when they are engaged in what they are learning and why they are learning it. In this episode, we explore what makes questions essential, how they are used to engage learners in thoughtful "meaning making," and how they help develop and deepen understanding of important ideas and processes.…
 
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Educators often mention engaging families and the broader community as the ideal -- not only in terms of achievement but also in establishing effective communication and a support structure for all students. Forming these relationships allows schools to access the wide range of resources across the community and also help build a culture for su ...…
 
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How well are we, as a nation, supporting the whole child? On this episode, we explore ASCD's Whole Child Snapshots and how they can be used to prompt conversations about how well states support the whole child, where they need to improve, and what strategies can help them meet the comprehensive needs of children.…
 
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The Whole Child Podcast: Changing the Conversation About Education
 
The ASCD Whole Child approach is a pathway to sustainable school improvement -- that is, by creating a culture and climate where students are healthy, safe, engaged, supported, and challenged, schools will increase student engagement, increase attendance, reduce disciplinary referrals, increase academic credits earned, and increase graduation r ...…
 
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On this episode, we explore how to develop and grow our capacity for success through self-reflection and its impact on student learning, the quality of our schools, and the state of our profession.
 
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The Whole Child Podcast: Changing the Conversation About Education
 
Recorded live at the 70th ASCD Annual Conference and Exhibit Show in Houston, Tex., this episode features teachers and administrators from Magnolia Elementary, the 2015 Vision in Action: The ASCD Whole Child Award-winning school.
 
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Students enter the classroom with their own specific learning needs, styles, abilities, and preferences. They also bring with them their own cultures, backgrounds, and personal histories. On this episode of the Whole Child Podcast, we explore what it means to empower students, how to create a positive classroom learning community, and what supp ...…
 
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The Whole Child Podcast: Changing the Conversation About Education
 
Differentiated instruction is an approach to teaching in which educators actively plan and adjust for students' differences so that instruction suits and supports all students' strengths and needs. On this episode of the Whole Child Podcast, we explore what differentiated instruction is, what the necessary components of a differentiated learnin ...…
 
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The Whole Child Podcast: Changing the Conversation About Education
 
From specialty schools to courses and programs of study within larger school offerings, STEM (science, technology, engineering, and mathematics) education is an interdisciplinary approach where academic learning is matched with authentic projects. Engaging students in these practical, kid-centered projects develops critical thinking and problem ...…
 
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What does a whole child education look like in a school setting? Four ASCD leaders share elementary, middle, and high school projects, student outcomes, and lessons learned.By ASCD.
 
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The Whole Child Podcast: Changing the Conversation About Education
 
Talking and listening are indispensable for learning, but they are also crucial for development and our growth as individuals. Whether developing understanding, conveying meaning, sharing thoughts, sparking new ideas, forming friendships, developing empathy, or even learning how to collaborate and cooperate, the ability to communicate effective ...…
 
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The Inclusive Class Podcast
 
Gary Brucker, Program Director for Courage for Youth Association and Lauri Swann Hunt, founder of Ollibean, are guests at our roundtable this week. The topic we are discussing is the notion that inclusion is more than a program and is based on attitudes and belief systems. In addition, it is important that schools must foster these attitudes th ...…
 
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The Inclusive Class Podcast
 
Listen to Frances Stetson and Mary Eaddy.By The Inclusive Class Podcast.
 
How should we be teaching our students with special needs? We start by presuming competence and believing that all children be held to high academic expectations. To hear more about the importance of presuming competence, listen to guests, Paula Lieb and Lauri Swann Hunt share their thoughts with Nicole and Terri.…
 
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Amanda Morin and Robert Rummel-Hudson join The Inclusive Class Podcast this week! Amanda Morin is an advocate and author of The Everything Parent's Guide to Special Education. Robert Rummel-Hudson is author of Schuyler's Monster. Together, with Nicole and Terri, the conversation will be about teaching our student's to self-advocate - the pros, ...…
 
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Learning and health are symbiotic—what boosts one boosts the other. In this episode, we discuss the potential for education to utilize the benefits inherent in a healthy learning environment and how unifying the fields of education and health in the school and community setting aid the growth, development, and learning of the child.…
 
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The Whole School, Whole Community, Whole Child model released by the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and ASCD in spring 2014 is the next evolution for coordinated school health. In this episode, we look in depth at the new model: its rationale, objectives, and potential to develop a collaborative cross-sector approach to learnin ...…
 
Torrie Dunlap, CEO of Kids Included Together, and Amanda Morin, author of The Everything Parent's Guide to Special Education, join our roundtable on this episode to talk about including students outside of the classroom. Because inclusion is not a program, its important to facilitate inclusive opportunities in both extracurricular school and co ...…
 
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The Inclusive Class Podcast
 
Carolyn Coil, education expert and author, and Frances Stetson, CEO of the Inclusive Schools Network, join the roundtable on The Inclusive Class Podcast this week. Together with Terri and Nicole, our roundtable guests will describe the elements of an inclusive classroom. We will talk about scheduling, supports, curriculum, accomodations, IEPs a ...…
 
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The Whole Child Podcast: Changing the Conversation About Education
 
In this episode, ASCD's Sean Slade speaks one-on-one with author and veteran educator Baruti Kafele about how knowing your students, intentionally creating a positive school climate and culture, and making learning relevant sets the stage for students to be motivated to succeed.By ASCD.
 
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The Inclusive Class Podcast
 
Confused about inclusion? Listen to The Inclusive Class Podcast this week and learn what parents need to know about inclusive education. You will understand what inclusion is, how schools become inclusive, options for inclusion, and how to work with staff to create a more inclusive environment for your child. Lauri Swann Hunt from the site, Oll ...…
 
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The Inclusive Class Podcast
 
Why include students with special needs in the classroom? What is the benefit? Won't it be a distraction? These questions and more will be answered and discussed on this episode of The Inclusive Class Podcast. This week's roundtable guests include Lauri Swann Hunt (Ollibean) and Amanda Morin (The Everything Parent's Guide to Special Education).…
 
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Teachers know that engaging and inspiring students initially requires building positive relationships and creating relevant learning experiences. In this episode, our guests take a look at how teachers can spark inner motivation in all students and create meaningful connections that get students excited about learning.…
 
Leah McRorie is our guest on this episode of The Inclusive Class Podcast. She will be discussing the need to take the word, "Special", out of the education system. An Inclusion Strategist for over 19 years in the Disability Community, Leah currently manages the children’s area at Gateway Association in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada. She is an Ally ...…
 
Lisa Dieker returns as our guest on this epsisode of The Inclusive Class Podcast! For more information about Lisa, visit www.lisadieker.com.By The Inclusive Class Podcast.
 
On this episode, we will be speaking with Barbara J. Newman, from the CLC Network. The CLC Network has provided support for including people of various abilities in faith-based schools, charter schools and churches nationwide since 1979. Barbara J Newman is a church and school consultant for CLC Network. She is the author of “Helping Kids Inclu ...…
 
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The Inclusive Class Podcast
 
Nicole and Terri will share their thoughts and advice on what types of year-end activities your child should be included in and how. From a teacher's and parent's perspective, you will gain valuable insight into how to ensure your kids are part of the leaving ceremony, field trips, fun days and more! For more information, go to www.theinclusive ...…
 
Sandra McElwee is our guest on this episode. Sandra is an advocate for unborn babes with Down Syndrome, author of the books, "Who's the Slow Learner? A Chronicle of Inclusion and Exclusion" as well as, "My Name is Sean and I Have Something to Share." Sandra will talk about her son't experiences in the education system and how she sought to rais ...…
 
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The Whole Child Podcast: Changing the Conversation About Education
 
Ask educators why they went into teaching, and the majority will respond that they wanted to make a difference in the lives of young people. In this episode, our guests will share what led them to teaching, what inspires them, and how they make a difference in their students' lives and learning.By ASCD.
 
Tim Villegas returns to talk about ways in which Special Education teachers can support inclusion while working in self-contained classrooms.By The Inclusive Class Podcast.
 
Amanda Morin is our guest on this epidsode of The Inclusive Class Podcast. She is with us to talk about ways in which parents can advocate successfully for their child's special education Amanda is an education writer and author of two books, the newly-released, The Everything Parent's Guide to Special Education and The Everything Kids' Learnin ...…
 
Nancy Peske, co-author of Raising a Sensory Smart Child, returns to the show to talk about anxiety in kids with sensory processing issues. For more information go to www.theinclusiveclass.com.By The Inclusive Class Podcast.
 
As a parent of a child with special needs, Aaron DeVries joins us to offer his thoughts and insight into inclusive education. Aaron also writes about his family's experiences at www.justadaddyo.com.By The Inclusive Class Podcast.
 
Personal experience with his own disability cerebral palsy (CP) drives freelance scribe and author Zachary Fenell to utilize writing and social media for promoting disability awareness. By working for clients such as The Mobility Resource, Handicap This!, and Think Inclusive Zachary’s obtained insights on inclusion from intervention specialists ...…
 
Amy Goodman, Co-Director of Autism Now at The Arc of the U.S. in Washington, DC, joins us again to address a very disturbing online trend that is known as cyber bullying. We are going to particularly talk about the cyber bullying of students on the Autism spectrum. Ms. Goodman, herself, is on the autism spectrum having been diagnosed with Asper ...…
 
Education not only takes place at school but also within community organizations. Church is one such example. This week on our podcast, we talk about ways in which kids with special needs can be included in their church activities. Amy Fenton Lee joins us again to continue the conversation about creating inclusive churches. Amy is a Director of ...…
 
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The Whole Child Podcast: Changing the Conversation About Education
 
In this era of school reform, turn around, and educational change, it is easy to overlook the basics of why we educate and what we want for our children. What are the fundamental elements and habits that bring us together and set the stage for lasting, comprehensive school improvement?By ASCD.
 
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The Inclusive Class Podcast
 
Assistant Professor of Special Education, Megan Mackey, EdD, will be our guest on this episode of The Inclusive Class. Megan Mackey teaches courses at the undergraduate level at the University of Hartford. In addition to several other areas of interest, she has examined the inclusion of students with disabilities in middle school classrooms. Me ...…
 
What is Universal Design for Learning and how can it be used to support learners in the inclusive classroom? On this episode of The Inclusive Class Podcast we have guest, Dr. Loui Lord Nelson, join us to discuss the importance of UDL and how it can be used successfully to help all learners access the curriculum. Loui Lord Nelson has extensive e ...…
 
What are adaptations for student learning and why do we need them? How do we know if they are effective? Our guest this week, Jennifer Kurth, will answer those questions and more about adapting learning for students in the inclusive classroom. Jennifer Kurth is a faculty member at the University of Kansas in the area of Low-Incidence (severe) d ...…
 
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