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CCSSO Inclusive Leadership Series- NAESP - Shared screen with speaker view
Candice Taylor MS
21:46
Candice Taylor, 619 Coordinator, MS
Abby Magnusen
22:01
Abby Magnusen, 619 Coordinator, IN
Carol Q
22:03
Carol Quirk, CEO, MCIE and coach for CCSSO
Dana Garza
22:09
Dana Garza, Manager Special Education Integration, Texas Education Agency
Andrea Wymore
22:15
Andrea Wymore- Special Education Coordinator, Phoenix, AZ
L. Earl Franks (NAESP)
22:23
Greetings from Alexandria, VA and NAESP - Earl Franks, NAESP Executive Director.
Cyndi Caniglia
22:45
Cyndi Caniglia, Whitworth University, Spokane, WA
Kathleen Herrmann
22:58
Hello from Ohio! Kathleen Herrmann, Ohio Department of Education, Educator Effectiveness
Danielle Basham
23:54
Good afternoon! Danielle Basham, Virginia Department of Education, Private School Monitoring Specialist
Kaylan Connally, CCSSO
33:25
https://ccssoinclusiveprincipalsguide.org/
Kaylan Connally, CCSSO
33:37
https://ccssoinclusiveprincipalsguide.org/state-strategies/
Gracie Branch, NAESP
36:06
Thank you for being here today.
Kaylan Connally, CCSSO
37:01
Please type any questions or comments you have in the chat pod.
Cyndi Caniglia
39:46
Will we be able to access a pdf of this presentation?
Cyndi Caniglia
40:07
and/or a recording?
Kaylan Connally, CCSSO
41:10
Yes, we will provide a link to the recording on our website here: https://ccsso.org/ccsso-inclusive-leadership-webisode-series
Kaylan Connally, CCSSO
42:06
We are also glad to provide a PDF of the presentation in follow-up
Cyndi Caniglia
42:52
Thank you!
Kaylan Connally, CCSSO
48:31
https://www2.ed.gov/documents/coronavirus/reopening-2.pdf
Maggie Gaines
50:46
It seems that much of the discussion nationally around Diversity, Inclusion and Equity focuses on race and income. But how can schools really transform their schools to be more inclusive and equitable for students with disabilities, particularly students with low incidence disabilities and intellectual disabilities?
Suzanne Perry AZ 619
50:59
We frequently experience hesitation by principals to shift toward more inclusive practices in preschool. What are some of the more challenging reasons for this (in terms of engaging in change) from you point of view?
Suzanne Perry AZ 619
01:06:45
Thank you!
Gracie Branch, NAESP
01:09:47
Julie, thank you for sharing those specific and thorough strategies for determining a student's readiness. It is so much more than one tool or instrument. It is evident that your school uses so many touchpoints and pieces of information to prepare for your students and provide an inclusive environment.
Gracie Branch, NAESP
01:12:41
Andy, thank you for giving specific examples of how you are giving parents a voice at your school and building positive relationships.
Maggie Gaines
01:16:04
I’m still not hearing much about how to make sure students with disabilities are included with their typical peers and getting equitable access to the general education curriculum. Are you using Universal Design for Learning?
Sheryl Cowart Moss
01:20:18
We discuss and provide applications for UDL extensively in our courses, along with high leverage practices, to ensure that our leadership candidates are ready to put this to use in their schools.
Gracie Branch, NAESP
01:20:49
I always think that it is important to think people over programs.
L. Earl Franks (NAESP)
01:20:53
Thanks to CCSSO and these outstanding panelists for an extremely informative presentation!
Charles Cuccia
01:21:24
Thank you!