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Connecting the Rules to Inclusion Coaching Strategies
Connecting the rules to inclusion coaching strategies

So you are not here to rock our world!” It was an aha insight that an educator shared after a productive inclusion coaching session. It was only after that nonexample realization that a trusting coaching relationship was established. A coach offers reflective and worldly insights, never spinning a teacher's world into frenzy. A coach is not a spy, nor is a coach a person who offers a quick fix. A coach facilitates ongoing collaborative relationships that allow everyone to shine. There are some basic overarching inclusion rules that need to be viewed as everyday natural occurrences. The curriculum is never more important than the students who are learning the information. Nor ...

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