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Why Inclusion Matters - Shared screen with speaker view
Katherine J Bateman
37:44
Question 1: What does inclusion mean to you and your school community, including families and students?
Molly Lyman
41:16
Thank you for your comments. As a reminder, all attendees will be muted during this webinar. If you have any questions for the panel, you can feel free to use the Q&A feature.
Katherine J Bateman
43:06
Question 2: Why is this initiative important and how did you get started?
Cassie Martin
46:50
Nice job panelists :) Carrie,you are doing a beautiful job facilitating!
Katherine J Bateman
52:54
Question 3: How do establish a clear inclusive mission and vision and who is involved in setting those components?
RinaMarie Leon-Guerrero
57:45
Everyone you're doing great. We are at halfway point . 30 min time check before Q &A.
Debra HOward
58:15
Narrowing the offerings and assisting teachers in developing support strategies was a key recommendation in the webinar series “Leading through the Master Schedule “offered through OSPI’s Gate Equity series
Jerri Clark
01:04:57
Authentic Conversations with Families--yes, please!
Dorothy Lowes
01:06:02
Definitely use families as a resource. What works at home?
Katherine J Bateman
01:07:00
Question 4: • How have you seen attitudes shift in reaching every student where they are and fostering a sense of “all means all”?
Jerri Clark
01:10:41
This would be a great place to practice not using jargon and/or acronyms unless defining those terms in plain language.
RinaMarie Leon-Guerrero
01:11:00
15 more minutes.
RinaMarie Leon-Guerrero
01:11:58
Carrie thanks for facilitating. You're all doing well responding to each other and extending the discussion.
Kristy Barnes
01:14:06
What is question 5?
Carrie Basas
01:14:56
I asked a follow-up question: How have views about disability shifted at your school.
RinaMarie Leon-Guerrero
01:15:58
How have views about disability shifted at your school?
Katherine J Bateman
01:16:54
• What do diversity and equity mean to you as educators? How is inclusion part of your greater diversity and equity efforts?
RinaMarie Leon-Guerrero
01:21:25
5 more minutes. Whenever you are ready Carrie, just say you'll send it back to Cassie. Cassie, I'll then share the slides again.
Cassie Martin
01:22:03
Thanks RinaMarie
Cassie Martin
01:26:59
Carrie, after panelists answer this question, you can hand it back to me and we will give folks a chance to write in the chat and on the Q and A and as they respond in the chat, it will give you a chance to review the Q and A…
Andrea Hurson
01:28:53
I have appreciated hearing that there are different ways to do this: ripping off the band aid approach, AND starting with one class and moving on from there.
Kevin Candela
01:29:05
Takeaway: Student/Family voice is critical.
Britney Edwards
01:29:09
I appreciated the comment that said, "Sending them down the hall just isn't an option any more. We have to figure this out."
Jennifer Ireland
01:29:24
This is what is best for all of OUR kids.
MaryJo Christenson
01:29:30
Appreciate the comment that students are not yours or mine. Together they are ours. Trust, communication, collaboration great words.
Deborah Patashnik
01:29:35
What resonated with me is the idea that this is just best practices for all kids
Carrie Halme
01:29:43
You need to design the school to support all students not tying to make the student fit the school.
Therese Adams
01:30:19
How can I make a difference when staff and community are fighting against inclusion through social media. They gave some thoughts, I do want to make a difference and actually thought I did, but much more work to be done.
MaryJo Christenson
01:30:24
start small ...I like this. Good to hear staff will never be ready.. just start riding, jump in.
Sarah Hanika
01:30:55
This is challenging work. Inclusion practices work better when we all work together and our students are all of ours.
dora cobian
01:31:16
That including families and students makes a difference giving them a voice
Therese Adams
01:31:21
I will say that my special students have performed better because they don’t feel peer pressure, and they can decide on work in their own preferred time.
Kristy Barnes
01:31:23
What resonated with me is
Kristy Barnes
01:31:29
all means all
Sonia Bell
01:31:36
A team approach is super important along with language choice. I know that if the students are way more capable that we realize but how do we make sure we are pushing them to reach further but not provoke too much anxiety and still honor their accomodations?
Jen Cole
01:31:54
It takes courage and will to disrupt and dismantle systems of oppression. I appreciate the willingness of the panel to dialogue about the work also acknowledge that there is much more work to do; including referencing recent events - including institutional racism and the intersectionality that exists within that.
Jen Cole
01:33:25
UDL: Universal Design for Learning
Todd Karnofski
01:37:39
HI Amy
RinaMarie Leon-Guerrero
01:39:30
RTI Response to Intervention
Jerri Clark
01:41:24
RTI does not abdicate a school's responsibility to the Child Find Mandate.
Therese Adams
01:42:16
thanks, you gave me some ideas
RinaMarie Leon-Guerrero
01:44:48
5 more minutes. This may be a good last question before turning back to Cassie.
Jerri Clark
01:46:57
A student with an IEP has more access to some services, such as DVR Pre-ETS, a transition plan in the IEP to align with the High School and Beyond Plan... It seems there needs to be caution about saying that a well-run inclusionary school means that fewer students "Need" IEPs...
Molly Lyman
01:52:05
You are all amazing. Great job!
Amy Campbell
01:52:49
Thanks for sharing your heart. We need to be having these conversations.
Cassie Martin
01:53:39
After this question if we can pass it back and we will do a closing activity
Cassie Martin
01:54:06
Then everyone can go to the governors afterparty :)
Deborah Patashnik
01:54:49
Thank you for your expertise and sharing your experiences. This is a very valuable conversation that I will take forward into next school year.
Jen Cole
01:57:02
Thank you Carrie!!!!! We can move towards interdependence and collective access, living and caring for one another without shame of having a disability. Schools, in the heart of communities, are positioned to promote inclusive practices that extend beyond the school day.
Carrie Basas
01:57:37
Thanks, Jen! Absolutely.
dora cobian
01:57:55
Thanks for all the great information.
julie siefkes
01:58:44
i wasnt able to click on what type of staff i was at the beginning so sorry if my response doesn't add in.
RinaMarie Leon-Guerrero
01:58:47
PollEv.com/uwharingcenter
Patty Meiners
01:59:10
I don't have my phone. My word is ALL
Vicki Bates
02:00:02
start
Carrie Basas
02:00:21
Yes-- start! Do.
Molly Lyman
02:01:01
https://docs.google.com/forms/d/1DJZCDgFbEqNMc9mdy3kq-TLWGapb6pto5og1B_A0hmk/edit
Therese Adams
02:01:01
will the link be emailed, I can’t get it to click
Stacey Hachtel
02:01:51
The link for the google doc says I need permisson
Jennifer Ireland
02:01:56
link is not working
Sandra Birley
02:02:16
Cassie did you want us to stay on or debrief at a later date?
Therese Adams
02:02:19
how do we get clock hours missed it sorry
julie siefkes
02:02:39
thank you
Therese Adams
02:02:47
link isn’t working
Cassie Martin
02:02:53
I know folks have places they need to be - if you want to stay online for a few minutes and debrief, that would be great, but if you need to move on, we can touch base at a later date
Cassie Martin
02:03:32
A link will be sent with clock hours
Jennifer Gilliland
02:03:39
Thank you!
RinaMarie Leon-Guerrero
02:04:07
Yes we'll email the evaluation form.
Alicia Tonasket
02:04:20
"You need permissionThis form can only be viewed by users in the owner's organization." is what we see when we click the google form link
Karin Britten
02:04:25
Is the link in this chat or is it being sent to our email?
Cassie Martin
02:04:29
Molly, do we know what is happening with the link?
Ilene S Schwartz
02:04:50
I think Rina marie just fixed it
Molly Lyman
02:04:53
I think the permissions need to be public?
RinaMarie Leon-Guerrero
02:04:59
yes, it's working now. I see responses.
Molly Lyman
02:05:06
Thanks, RinaMarie!!
RinaMarie Leon-Guerrero
02:05:20
Thanks for catching that.
Therese Adams
02:05:25
thanks so much everyone this was great and so helpful!
Ilene S Schwartz
02:05:41
Carrie, this was amazing. Thank you so much!!
Cassie Martin
02:05:42
Link should be working now if anyone was having trouble opening
Jennifer Ireland
02:06:01
Thanks you so much! I have really enjoyed this entire series. I will I could get more of my co-workers to join!
RinaMarie Leon-Guerrero
02:06:16
Cassie, should I stop sharing screen?