In this third P of "The Five 'P's' of Inclusion" Series, this podcast looks at the critical role of PEERS to our understanding of inclusion. Connected to the video "Cheers for Peers," https://youtu.be/0uZRZXTrAhA
This podcast episode interviews teacher and admin leaders who are making efforts to shift their schools to more inclusive settings for all students.
To see the first two videos in the "The Five 'P's' of Inclusion" Series, check out these links:
Presuming Competence: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6Mq8sQTEhG8&t=11s
You can also find more content related to the big ideas in this video by tuning into the Five Moore Minutes Podcast, available on iTunes and all major podcasting platforms!
The Infrastructure of Inclusion: The Role of Place with Jo Chrona and Friends
The Infrastructure of Inclusion: Presuming Competence with Mabel & Joanne
Spring is Here: Getting the Garden's Ready (at home) - Tamara Taggart
Stuck in Social Isolation: What has Cousin Paul learned about Inclusion?
Just let them eat CAKE: Bringing support to the students - Sarah & Lisa
All for One - A conversation with Cousin Paul about Shelley's upcoming book
What are you a Genius at? Danielle & Conor
Dr. Baked Potato - Sarah
Dr. Baked Potato - Ed Pimley
Welcome to Season 2 of The Five Moore Minutes Podcast!
Inclusion as United - Megan
The Infrastructure of Inclusion - Suzanne, Janice & Judith
The End of Average - Todd Rose
The Infrastructure of Inclusion: Kate Campbell (Compost Kate)
Inclusion 2.0: Alexander Magnussen
Inclusion 2.0: Faye Brownlie
Don't SHOULD on Me! Stories from YOU!
Don't SHOULD on Me! Leyton Schnellert, Kim Ondrik & Donna Kozak
The Evolution of Inclusion: Stories from YOU
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