If you support, teach or love any person whose behavior is not easily understood, you must listen! Brianna explains some very humorous and very serious examples of how challenging behavior is often a sign of intelligence and is ALWAYS important communication.
Join us for this episode where Brianna Dickens shares many thoughts about the best and worst ways to help students create friendships in schools. You will not want to miss it! Also share with anyone who teaches or loves a person with Autism who may be longing for friendships and connections.
In this Episode Brianna Dickens tells you how to honor all different types of communication. If you work with, know, or love anyone who does not use speech reliably-- you MUST listen!
In this episode, Brianna Dickens and I discuss her experience in a self-contained special education and the work it took for her to be seen as competent. This is the perfect episode to share with anyone who knows and loves a person whose intelligence is not immediately obvious because of communication issues.
Everyone who is looking to create a more inclusive school district MUST listen to this one. Here I interview Dr. Tanya Fredrich- a giant in the area of inclusive leadership and director of student services in Elmbrook, WI. Please share it with every administrator in your life! We discuss many shortcuts and we warn you of potential obstacles on the way to making your inclusive dreams a reality. Have a seat—grab some paper and a pen (trust me).
In this podcast, my co-author Caitlin Caron and I discuss our brand new children's book The Too Much Unicorn. This book empowers girls everywhere to embrace the beauty of being joyfully, stylishly, and confidently your just right self. Share wildly with your TOO MUCH unicorns.
Episode 11 more myth busting! This episode covers 5 more common special education myths. You do not want to miss this one!
Ep. 10– 5 Common Special Education Myths an Important Conversation with Pat Radel (Special Education Lawyer)
You will not want to miss this conversation and episode 11 too. Pat Radel and I discuss the most common myths related to special education and inclusion. For example, "students need to be on level in order to be included." In episode 10 we cover 5 myths, and 5 more in episode 11. I am so grateful for this discussion and I know that you will be too! Please subscribe and rate too.
Ep. 9 Kicking off Co-Teaching– How to Create an Amazing Partnership with Dr. Paula Kluth and Dr. Julie Causton
As many of you know Paula and I have written 30 Days to the Co-Taught Classroom. In this podcast, Paula and I join forces to ask and answer eachother questions about co-teaching! This is a must listen! Please send this to anyone who is co-teaching, anyone who is thinking about co-teaching or anyone who knows what co-teaching is. You are going to LOVE this!