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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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,... more

Lisa Dieker returns as our guest on this epsisode of The Inclusive Class Podcast! For more information about Lisa, visit www.lisadieker.com.

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... more

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... more

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... more

Tim Villegas returns to talk about ways in which Special Education teachers can support inclusion while working in self-contained classrooms.

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,... more

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.

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.

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