12 episodes

Sergio shares his experience in teaching special education K-12th grade as a male, Latinx, Autistic, first generation American educator focused on student empowerment. Sergio shares his experience in order to help educators and parents encourage their students to grow and feel successful by sharing historical insights and first hand experience.Transcripts of this podcast are available here: https://inclusiveeducationirl.buzzsprout.com/ Contact: inclusiveeducationirl@gmail.com Tweet At Me: https://twitter.com//InclusiveEdIRL https://www.instagram.com/inclusiveeducationirl/

Inclusive Education IRL Sergio Rivera

    • Education
    • 5.0 • 10 Ratings

Sergio shares his experience in teaching special education K-12th grade as a male, Latinx, Autistic, first generation American educator focused on student empowerment. Sergio shares his experience in order to help educators and parents encourage their students to grow and feel successful by sharing historical insights and first hand experience.Transcripts of this podcast are available here: https://inclusiveeducationirl.buzzsprout.com/ Contact: inclusiveeducationirl@gmail.com Tweet At Me: https://twitter.com//InclusiveEdIRL https://www.instagram.com/inclusiveeducationirl/

    Is Getting a Masters in Special Education Worth It?

    Is Getting a Masters in Special Education Worth It?

    Is Getting a Masters in Special Education Worth It? My answer is that it depends on your circumstances! In this episode I talk about my own experience going through a masters in special education program. Topics covered are methods, networking, the slight pay bump, and cost.Support the Show.

    • 12 min
    Teaching in California and Arizona

    Teaching in California and Arizona

    As a teacher I have taught in California which is a historical blue state and Arizona which is a historical red state. I want to share my observations as a teacher of color, working in special education in both of these states. I will be going over differences in state standards , funding, general vibes, unions, and talking about Critical Race Theory. Support the Show.

    • 17 min
    #ActuallyAutistic

    #ActuallyAutistic

    In this episode I talk about my current understanding as of June 2022, as identifying as a undiagnosed Autistic brown adult. I talk a bit about signs of autistic traits in my life. I also talk about how autism is viewed by other society currently. I talk about growing up and building my skills and capacity and self-identify. Transcripts of this podcast are available here: https://inclusiveeducationirl.buzzsprout.com/ Contact: inclusiveeducationirl@gmail.com Tweet At Me: https...

    • 20 min
    Banned Books De Moda?

    Banned Books De Moda?

    "Luchando con Libros" is the episode Art by Luis Genaro Garcia! You can find him at Instagram @barrioprofe and his website www.luisgenarogarcia.com Classics Huckleberry Finn, 1984, Animal Farm. Haven't we been here before in the United States ? With the whole banning of books thing? Parents have figured out how to ban books at a local level in school board meetings but who does this benefit? What is the point of it? Transcripts of this podcast are available here: https://inclusivee...

    • 12 min
    What is Critical Race Theory?

    What is Critical Race Theory?

    Episode Art by Eliza Kingsley! You can find her at Instagram @epikot.and her website portfolio elizakingsley.com. Critical Race Theory has been a hot topic in education and politically all of 2020 up until present day (March 2022). In this episode I talk about the context of the term " Critical Race Theory" which I refer to as CRT during the episode for short. I speak about different points of views parents might be concerned about and the impact it has on our students. ...

    • 17 min
    What is the Overlap of ELL and SPED?

    What is the Overlap of ELL and SPED?

    The line between English Language Learners (ELL) and Special Education Students (SPED) is blurred at times. It is difficult for parents and staff to keep track of all the changes and make sense of what they mean. I believe that there is much work to be done in the area of helping students that are classified as ELL and SPED and improving the instruction given to them.Text Transcription for this episode is Available herehttps://inclusiveeducationirl.buzzsprout.com/ Support the Show.

    • 11 min

Customer Reviews

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10 Ratings

10 Ratings

Mxsandy12 ,

Really interesting special education pod

Great explanations of the field and a fascinating and important listen!

Unity19 ,

Thank you

Thank you, Mr Sergio. I love the way you explained the value of the disabled and the respect you have for us. I am a disabled woman trying hard to be part of society.

to old for this chartreuse ,

I think this is great!

I like that Sergio is clear and explains the context of what he is talking about and why he is talking about it. I also like the way he approaches his subject! Good start to a cool podcast!

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