Working to boost student literacy? Then this Unleash Learning TV episode is SOOO for you! Sidney Keys III... Read more.
At Unleash Learning, inclusion is one of 6 keys in a proven system that makes learning stick of EVERYONE. I'm interviewing Dr. Dome, CEO of Epoch Education who is a leader in the areas of equity in school system and workplaces. She’s here to share with you why inclusion is ESSENTIAL if you want to make learning stick, one thing to know about YOU that will help you be inclusive and lots more. If you’re committed to being an inclusive educator, this episode’s for you!
Ever wondered how does differentiation fit within the conversation of inclusion? If so, then this Unleash Learning TV episode is for you. I’m interviewing Richard Villa, internationally known expert on the development of support systems for educating all students in general education. He’s going to share practical tips/advice for people just starting the journey or those wanting to strengthen their practice on differentiation.
If you or your learning community are working to ensure all students, especially students with special needs, are fully included….Then this Unleash Learning TV 3 part series is for you. I’m interviewing Dr. Richard A. Villa he’s internationally known expert on the development of support systems for educating all students in general education. He’s authored over 25 books, more chapters and articles than we can count and he travels all over the world working to ensure all students have full access to learning.
In this Unleash Learning™ TV episode I’m interviewing Nisrine El-Choueifati, a consultant trainer working with Diversity Kids and she will show you some inspiring ways to include everyone, why your learners might not be “motivated.” And how to ensure you’re an inclusive educator who is reaching everyone.
“This is great for all my students!” This is a comment I hear from so many teachers who... Read more.
She told me that she felt shame.As a student, Sonia often felt the school's unspoken message was that she didn't belong, or what was being taught was for other students and not her.Sadly for many students today, even with the best of intentions, this can still be a reality. That's why this interview is so important.