A weekly podcast hosted by Nicole Eredics and Terri Mauro which involves a virtual roundtable discussion about the promise and practice of inclusive education.
The Social and Emotional Foundations of Inclusive Classrooms
Social and emotional growth and well-being make up the foundation of inclusion. On this episode, Dr. Michele Borba , world-renowned author, speaker, parenting and educational expert, gives us practical tips for creating caring classrooms that are inclusive.
Preparing Teachers to Include Students with Autism
Dr. Susan Marks, professor at Northern Arizona University, discusses how and why we need to prepare teachers to include students with autism.
The Autistic Child with Dr. Temple Grandin
Dr. Temple Grandin, world-renowned author, professor, speaker and person with autism, joins us on this special episode of The Inclusive Class Podcast.
Paper Policies vs Front Line Practice in Inclusive Education
Dr. Kristen Kosmerl and Lisa Pinhorn join us on The Inclusive Class Podcast. Listen to a frank discussion about what should be happening in our school and what actually does happen. Coming from diverse backgrounds, our roundtable has had various experiences and thoughts on how to resolve the issue. Nicole Eredics and Terri Mauro host this podcast.
Strategies for Inclusion
Robert Rummel-Hudson, author of Schuyler's Monster, and inclusion expert Judith Moening, join this episode of The Inclusive Class Podcast.
Inclusion Beyond the Classroom
On this episode, we have a lively discussion about inclusion beyond the classroom. Listen as guests, Beth Foraker from the National Catholic Board on Full Inclusion and Torrie Dunlap from Kids Included Together talk with Terri and Nicole about supporting students in the community.