Five Moore Minutes is a Podcast produced in sequence with the YouTube video series created by Shelley Moore. This Podcast will focus on interviews and conversations connected to topics related to inclusive education.
The Infrastructure of Inclusion: Participation with Peers
In this third P of ”The Five ‘P‘s‘ of Inclusion” Series, this podcast looks at the critical role of PEERS to our understanding of inclusion.
The Infrastructure of Inclusion: The Role of Place with Jo Chrona and Friends
This podcast is the second in a five part series, in partnership with the Association of Washington School Principals (AWSP) and is looking at five guiding principles of inclusive education (the 5 P's).
This month's focus is on place and I am talking to Jo Chrona, a passionate advocate for inclusion and strength-based education. Jo is Ganhada of Waap K'oom of the Kitsumkalum First Nation, a Tsm'syen Community in British Columbia.
I also talk with two collaborative teams who are making efforts to change their own contexts to make inclusion stronger. Rebecca and Sarah join us from Whidbey Island, and Ted, Steph, Rachel and Kelsey from Shelton - two communities in Washington State.
This episode is connected to the Five Moore Minutes Video: "The Role of Place," and can be found here: https://youtu.be/VZeWXeadqmw
This 5MM Podcast is made with support from AWSP and a grant from OSPI, which provided the Inclusionary Grant, allowing us to bring continued inclusionary practices professional learning to all educators.
The Infrastructure of Inclusion: Presuming Competence with Mabel & Joanne
Welcome back friends! This podcast is the first in a five part series, in partnership with the Association of Washington School Principals (AWSP) and is looking at five guiding principles of inclusive education (the 5 P's). This month's focus is on the first P: presuming competence.
Spring is Here: Getting the Garden's Ready (at home) - Tamara Taggart
Spring is here, but it is a weird one. Who would have thought that learning conditions this Spring would look so different that the last! In this episode, I talk to Tamara Taggart, an incredible mom and champion for individuals with disabilities.
Tamara and I chat about being stuck in our houses, how school and learning is changing and how to support students with disabilities at home.
A conversation with Tamara and quick hello from her son Beckett, is exactly what I needed this week and I am so excited to share our chat with you!
This podcast episode is connected to the April, 2020 Five Moore Minutes Video which can be found here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=l47QjZz1TLI
Stuck in Social Isolation: What has Cousin Paul learned about Inclusion?
Well, we are all socially isolating and looking for quarentainment! We had to reach into the vault for this one because I cant go out and interview anyone right now, but a good one nonetheless!
In this episode, I interview Cousin Paul again to talk about his educational experience and what he has learned through the process of being the editor and producer of Five Moore Minutes content.
Just let them eat CAKE: Bringing support to the students - Sarah & Lisa
This month our theme is support and it connects to the Five Moore Minutes video that can be seen here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9WuygB4j55U&t=20s
In this episode I talk to Sarah and Lisa, two support teachers in a middle school who are working hard to make inclusion possible for all of their students by bringing support TO the students, the teachers and the classroom.
Hope you like it!
Really about time
Thank you, Shelley, for providing these two much needed perspectives on inclusive education. As a PhD student myself I know the research and the practice. What Shelley is doing is truly groundbreaking.