Hosted by Nicole Eredics, founder of The Inclusive Class, with co-host Terri Mauro, About.com guide to Parenting Children with Special Needs.
Nicole is an elementary educator who has spent over 15 years teaching in an inclusive classroom setting. Through her experience, she has solutions and strategies for supporting the inclusion of special needs children in the classroom. More information about Nicole can be found at www.inclusiveclass.blogspot.com, @Inclusive_Class on Twitter and The Inclusive Class on Facebook.
Terri Mauro is one of the most recognized experts on special education and special needs parenting on the net. She is the author of 50 Ways to Support Your Child’s Special Education and The Everything Parent’s Guide to Sensory Integration Disorder. More information about Terri can be found at http://mamatude.blogspot.com/ and @mamatude on Twitter.
Together, Nicole and Terri will explore the issues around the promise and practice of inclusion. Their unique points of view will allow educators and parents to gain a better understanding of what inclusion means, strategies for successful inclusion and the role of parents in inclusive education. The Inclusive Class Radio Show will give listeners the information they need to help provide the best possible education for their child.
A Great Resource: Special Needs Talk Radio
Howard Reading Disabilities 2011-08-17
From Reading & Other Learning Disabilities
A Blog by Dr. Gary G. Brannigan and Dr. Howard Margolis
On Tuesday, September 6, the new Special Needs Talk Radio network (http://specialneedstalkradio.com/ ) will launch six new radio shows. Each show is dedicated to improving the lives of children and youth with special needs and their families.
On Monday evenings, Dr. Gary G. Brannigan and I will host Maximizing Your Child’s Potential (9 PM – 9:30 PM EST, http://specialneedstalkradio.com/maximizing-your-childs-potential).
Future guests on our show will include:
Dr. Steven Lange, Child and Adolescent Psychologist, Helping Children Overcome Sleep Problems
Dr. Richard Selznick, Cooper University Hospital, Helping the Shut-Down Learner
Dr. John Pellitteri, City University of New York, Strengthening Your Child’s Emotional Intelligence
Dr. Tim Rasinski, Kent State University, Overcoming Problems of Reading Fluency
Dr. Nancy Padak, Kent State University, Helping Your Children Overcome Reading Problems
Dr. Richard Boon, University of Georgia, Helping Teenagers Improve Their Reading
Dr. Sarah Allen, The Y.A.L.E. Schools, How Neuropsychologists Can Help Parents Develop Quality IEPs
Dr. Erica Lembke, University of Missouri, Monitoring Your Child’s Progress
Dr. Patrick McCabe, Mercy College, Developing the Confidence of Struggling Learners
Staci Greenwald, Special Education Attorney, The Pro’s and Con’s of Public and Private School Programs
Dr. J. Richard Gentry, Educational Consultant, Raising Confident Readers: Birth and Beyond
If possible, take a look at the Special Needs Talk Radio’s website (http://specialneedstalkradio.com/). See how its lineup of experts can help you help the children and youth you care about.
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