“Inclusion is not a program. It’s a way. Its and idea of how you want to build this culture . It’s an understanding of how you are going to approach a student, and a family and staff. And how you are going to support them to make a more inclusive classroom and then school and community “- Alejandra
Topics: Education, Inclusion, teaching and teaching practices.
Title : Someone Who Teaches: Education and Inclusion
Publish Date: 02/01/2023
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- Conversation Topics:
- Education updates?
- Revisiting a conversation on Education.
- What is the RICA exam in teaching? https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Reading_Instruction_Competence_Assessment
- Does passing the RICA exam make us better teachers and or help with job security?
- How is teacher in Cleveland Ohio different from teaching in Los Angeles California?
- What does it mean to mentor teachers?
- What does inclusion mean in teaching and or classroom formats?
- What does it mean to be white passing in Cleveland Ohio?
- What happens if you don’t “ clear “ your teaching credential within five years?
- Why doesn’t Ohio accept the California teaching credential?
- What are signs of teacher burnout?
- How do you know when it is necessary to exit the teaching profession?
- How did the 2020 COVID pandemic change the teaching practice?
- What does going back to “ normal” mean for teachers and students?
- What is remote learning?
- What do we do if we are part of a group that do not want things to go back to the way things were before the pandemic?
- “Inclusion is not program. It’s a way. Its and idea of how you want to build this culture . It’s an understanding of how you are going approach a student, and a family and staff. And how you are going to support them to make a more inclusive classroom and then school and community “
- What do you think about when you hear the term inclusion?
- Is disability a social construct?
- Is inclusion about resources?
- What happens when you go to work , but you see the system as more complicated than “they” want you to see it?
- Why do teacher leave the teaching profession?
- How did the 2020 COVID pandemic change the teaching profession?
- What are the disabilities that are not visible?
- What is emotional disturbance?
- How do we reference our experiences in a dissociative form to critique ourselves?
- How do we figure out how to be ourselves within a k-12 setting?
- What are the characteristics of a true educator?
- What does it mean to be someone who teaches, even when they don’t have an official title of a teacher?