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Day 4: An inspiring film

Posted on December 04, 2014 in Inclusion, News

Including Samuel, Wretches & Jabberers, Song of Our Children—I don’t know about you, but I LOVE a great inclusion-themed movie! A few years ago, I even made my own film, You’re Going to Love This Kid!, because I feel so strongly in using films to create change. There is just something about the power of pictures, stories, and …

Day 3: Conference registration

Posted on December 03, 2014 in News

So many great conferences, so little money! Are you looking for a great gift to support the inclusion-loving educator or advocate in your life? Consider giving him or her registration to a great inclusion-themed conference. There are many to choose from including the one I help to organize each year—Illinois Includes. We are not accepting registrations yet, but you could create and hand out your own …

Day 2: Sensory seats

Posted on December 02, 2014 in News

I know, I know…..I sound like a broken record when it comes to promoting sensory-safe learning, but every teacher really does need a few seating options (see this post a few weeks ago where I swooned over one teacher’s sensory-fabulous space) in the classroom. Beanbag chairs are great, but some teachers don’t have space for them. Exercise balls are also a nice option, but they can be pricey and are not so portable if the support needs to move with the student.

So, what else can be tried? How about inflatable disc seats? They are …

Day 1: GoNoodle subscription

Posted on December 01, 2014 in News

If you have been one of my workshops in the last few years, you know I am all about movement, brain breaks and active learning. One of my secret weapons for promoting this work? GoNoodle! I talk about it so much that some people ask me if I work for the company! (I don’t.)

There many great apps, programs, and websites out there to promote movement in the classroom so it is hard to choose a favorite, but GoNoodle seems to be …

12 Days of Inclusion

Posted on December 01, 2014 in Inclusion

It’s time for my annual “12 Days of Inclusion” countdown! This year, I am going to be featuring 12 gift ideas that are appropriate for educators in the inclusive classroom. This list may give you ideas for spending precious PTO dollars or it may provide inspiration for getting a special something for your child’s teacher this holiday season. I am hoping that I will provide at least one or two ideas that all readers find helpful, but if you don’t see anything that seems to fit for your child, your classroom, or your situation on this list, keep in mind that …

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