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The Think Inclusive Podcast
Inclusion. Every Day.
Category: K-12
Location: Marietta, GA
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For nearly a decade, Tim Villegas has worked in the field special education and with people with disabilities. Recently, Tim ha...


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June 30, 2018 10:06 AM PDT

Today we have speaker, marathoner, and author of two books, Zachary Fenell. The first, Off-Balanced, a memoir about what it was like growing up and living with Cerebral Palsy as well as a Rock Realities, a compilation of 13 interviews he did with indie and alternative rock musicians. We discuss his most recent endeavor, completing a marathon and all the challenges that came up for him being a person with cerebral palsy.

January 07, 2018 12:39 PM PST

Today we have John Spencer, speaker and author of Empower and Launch, entertaining and practical books that help us to rethink how we deliver content and engage students in the learning process. We talk about what it looks like to help students own their learning, including students with disabilities.

November 27, 2017 06:43 PM PST

Today we have Arielle Hobbs, founder of the Lion League, a fantastic organization that is changing how we build inclusive schools around the United States. We talk about what inclusion looks like in her family and how the Lion League is different from other "social inclusion" organizations.

August 06, 2017 11:56 AM PDT

Today we have Emily and Kyle from the Accessible Stall Podcast (which if you are going to listen to any other podcast related to inclusion and disability - this is the one!) They keep it real about issues within the disability community. We talk about how and why they started The Accessible Stall. Also, we have a very interesting conversation about inclusive versus isolated special education schools and classrooms.

April 11, 2017 06:46 PM PDT

Today we interview Julia Bascom, Executive Director of the Autistic Self Advocacy Network. We talk about Autism Awareness...or is it Autism Acceptance?? Also, we travel 20 years into the future to talk about what Julia envisions for our world and autistic people.

April 13, 2015 07:58 PM PDT

Today you will hear two edited interviews that I did from almost a year ago. The first is with Audri Gomez and Aja McKee, educators that have had experience in the classroom as well in teacher training. They give a unique perspective on how we can prepare teachers who are about to enter into the field of special education and also highlight what a degree in Disability Studies looks like. My second interview is with a Middle School teacher who works here in the Atlanta Metro Area. Her book SPED is about a fictional character, Jack Parker, as he navigates the complexities of having learning disabilities in 8th grade and being in special education.

August 15, 2014 07:59 PM PDT

Today I will be speaking with Debbie Taub, an expert in the field of special education alternate assessment. For those of you who don’t know, alternate assessment is the state test or portfolio that is administered or collected for students with the most significant cognitive disabilities - around 1-2 percent of all students in a typical school district. 

I had the pleasure of visiting with her one evening in February of this year. Debbie and I discuss what exactly is alternate assessment and what it has to do with inclusion. At the end of the podcast, Debbie lists some resources that may be helpful for any educator who wants to know more about modifying grade-level curriculum for students with significant disabilities.

Keystone Assesment Resources

National Alternate Assessment Center

Council for Exceptional Children

TASH

Dynamic Learning Maps - DLM is responsible for developing an Alternate Assessment based on the Common Core State Standards.

National Center and State Collaborative – NCSC is responsible for developing an Alternate Assessment based on the Common Core State Standards.

Assessment Services Supporting English Learners Through Technology Systems - ASSETS is developing an Assessment for English Language Learners based on the Common Core State Standards.

Partnership for Assessment of Readiness for College and Careers – PARCC is developing a Common Core State Standards Assessment.

Smarter Balanced – Smarter Balanced is developing a Common Core State Standards Assessment.

May 12, 2014 07:53 PM PDT

Today I will be speaking with Cheryl Jorgensen, one of the premier experts on inclusive education with over 30 years in the field.

I had the pleasure of visiting with her one evening in January of this year. Cheryl and I discuss why it has taken so long for inclusive education to catch on in the United States and what needs to happen to break the barrier for it to become part of best practices for education. She even gives me advice on whether I need to quit my job or not. You will not want to miss her surprising answer. 

Partners in Policymaking (MN)

The Mismeasure of Man by Stephen J. Gould

January 21, 2014 06:41 PM PST

Today I will be speaking with Dr. Julie N Causton, an associate professor in the Department of Teaching and Leadership at Syracuse University and creator of the website Inspire Inclusion which includes a ten-part video series about inclusion for parents of children with disabilities. I had the pleasure of visiting with her one evening in November of last year. Julie and I discuss what the necessary steps for schools to become more inclusive which include, professional development, re-imagining school district's service delivery model, and using the law as leverage for systems change. This is one of the most interesting conversations on the podcast to date so please (if you can) listen to the entire episode. So without further ado...Let's get to the Think Inclusive Podcast...Thanks for listening.

Download Dr. Causton's checklist of sample supplemental supports, aids & services: http://www.inspireinclusion.com/wordpress/wp-content/uploads/2013/06/checklist_full.pdf

September 27, 2013 06:40 PM PDT

Today I will be speaking with Dan Habib about his new film Who Cares About Kelsey? **You may be familiar with Dan because of his previous groundbreaking documentary about his son "Including Samuel"** The film will be broadcast on public television beginning the weekend of September 28th. In addition to the film there are 11 mini-films available to watch on the website: WhoCaresAboutKelsey.com that support the message of inclusion and positive behavior support. Dan and I talk about Positive Behavioral Interventions and Supports, the importance of leadership in systems change and the all important question...who we think is going to win the World Series?

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