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      [Inclusive Education]

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      MIA TANNOUS: There's many different needsthat are addressed in any school that you wouldattend in the public system.[Mia Tannous, Instructional Coach]Our school chooses to have an inclusive model, wherewe try to push in as much as possible, even with Special Edand reading difficulties.Our math program is actually set upthat teachers teach in small group.

    • 00:32

      MIA TANNOUS [continued]: And so the kids rotate between the regular teacher, the mathspecialist, and they also rotate through some stations.So they are exposed to small group instruction a lotof the day in math instruction.Reading as well, we do a tiered intervention.And while kids are being serviced for tier intervention,

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      MIA TANNOUS [continued]: our Special Ed kids go out for their intervention.So there is never a time where kidsmiss their core instruction.

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      JEFF MCCANN: You didn't just walk the streets in t-shirt,and jeans, and your Chuck's.It was very formal.You wore a three piece suit.You wore, maybe, a fedora hat.OK, so, yeah, when you reference the factthat we're looking at everybody's in suits,it was a more formally dressed society at that point,but a very keen pick up on your guys' part.

    • 01:21

      JASON BROWN: And there's some things in here.You can't really see the details,but there's quite a few of them that have rings on.So what do you think that might be--why that detail would be put into a poster like that?Any thoughts?

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      STUDENT: It's asking--

    • 01:38

      STUDENT: Arise German folk.Subscribe to it.Hold it tightly--

    • 01:40

      STUDENT: It's asking, what did Hitlermean the others around him?It's asking, what does it mean?Who is he talking about?

    • 01:47

      STUDENT: Yeah, the military?

    • 01:49

      STUDENT: He was in the military.He could have died and not returned back home.

    • 01:54

      STUDENT: OK, OK, OK, gees.

    • 01:56

      JASON BROWN: The advantage of having inclusive classroom is,on my end, the Special Ed end, isgetting the additional support and the content knowledge.[Jason Brown, Special Education] Because he's so great with allof the content, and so my students are exposed to that,where they might not get as much from--I'm not putting myself down, but I

    • 02:17

      JASON BROWN [continued]: teach World History, US history, Economics, Government,and Health in one day.So they might lose out on a little bit of that experienceand that expertise.So that's good from my standpoint.

    • 02:29

      JEFF MCCANN: On my end, it's a giftto work with a guy like Mr. Brown.[Jeff McCann, Social Studies Teacher] And so his abilityto connect with the students to teach, he's a mentor to me.So it's been great to have him in this class working with me,and seeing how he does things, and to improvemy craft as a teacher.So I would say that's the big advantage for me.

Inclusive Education

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Teachers Mia Tannous, Jeff McCann, and Jason Brown explain their perspectives on inclusive education.

Inclusive Education

Teachers Mia Tannous, Jeff McCann, and Jason Brown explain their perspectives on inclusive education.

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