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Teacher as Activist: Charlotte Vinson Discusses Power and Curriculum

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Teacher as Activist, Charlotte Vinson

Charlotte Vinson, a graduate of Teachers College Inclusive Education Program and Middle Teacher at The Young Women’s Leadership Academy in the Bronx, demonstrates model inclusive pedagogies in her work. Here, she explains multiple ways inclusive educators can operate through her own examples, including positioning oneself as an activist educator and offering students opportunities to reposition…
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“Inclusion is a Feeling. Let That Marinate”: Three Educators Who Experienced Self-Contained Special Education on the Impact of Inclusion

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The Balance of Expanding and Transforming

The Teachers College Inclusive Classrooms Project (TCICP) hosted a day-long conference of workshops on inclusive education led by teachers and paraprofessionals, called Expanding Mindsets, Transforming Practices. TCICP kicked off the day with a powerful panel discussion featuring: Stephen Numme, special education STEM teacher at The Bronx School for Continuous Learners; Michelle Singleton, now the Director…
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