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YouTube and Youth Culture: An Inroad to Inclusive Education

As teachers, we overhear snippets of our students’ conversations often replete with new buzzwords and phrases. We watch as students simultaneously check their text messages, comment on a photo on Instagram, and finish their Algebra homework. In the small moments before class begins, we can observe the forces in popular culture that shape our students’…
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Diagnostic Teaching Teams Make a Difference

TCICP created Diagnostic Teaching Teams (DTT) in partnership with New York City’s Department of Education to examine complex learners through the lens of different school staff members, including school leaders, social workers, guidance counselors, and teachers. Complex learners are frequently referred to as “challenging”, “struggling” or even “troublemaking,” and for any single individual trying to…
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The Problem:

There’s a child in my class who is easily triggered, and I don’t always know how to help him...I don’t feel like my school community has the tools to do this kind of work.

The Solution:

Most teachers can identify with the situation. All we want to do is help, but everything we do that might be “helpful” makes it worse for the child who is in crisis. The Inclusive Classrooms Project has supported many school communities to develop an environment that fosters feelings of safety and calmness for kids who are “easily triggered.

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Case Study

The Problem:

There’s a child in my class who is easily triggered, and I don’t always know how to help him...I don’t feel like my school community has the tools to do this kind of work.

The Solution:

Most teachers can identify with the situation. All we want to do is help, but everything we do that might be “helpful” makes it worse for the child who is in crisis. The Inclusive Classrooms Project has supported many school communities to develop an environment that fosters feelings of safety and calmness for kids who are “easily triggered.

Our seasonal newsletter includes information on our workshops, interviews, discussion on inclusive classrooms and staff commentary.
Sign up today!

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