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Relating to Educators
Relating to educators

There is a vast difference between inclusion coaching and inclusion hand-holding. Ultimately, teachers and students are the ones who need to take the learning shots. An inclusion coach promotes independence and wants the interventions to belong to the educators and students. Inclusion coaches guide teachers, model strategies, and offer collaborative support. Inclusion coaches and school leaders often answer questions with reflective questions that encourage educators to think about their own solutions with constructivist discoveries and classroom applications. Trusting relationships between educators and administrators and coaches are built over time. One morning while conversing with an administrator, a perfect nonexample of inclusion support was discovered. Inclusion coaching is not the FBI—in this case the Federal Bureau of Inclusion! It is ...

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