Dr. Teigland is one of 52 individuals chosen for the Leadership Maryland Executive Program’s 31st class, who will complete the eight-month, hands-on learning program focused on the state’s most vital issues. The program will run from April to December, and include five, two-day sessions focused on Maryland’s five main geographic regions and the most vital issues impacting economic development, education, health and human services, criminal justice, the environment, and multi-culturalism/diversity across the state. More than 100 experts representing Maryland’s business, government, education, and non-profit communities will serve as panelists and guest speakers.
Artificial intelligence (AI) seems to be the only thing people are talking about these days. And if you are in education, the opinion can run from the destroyer of the fabric of school itself to the future of humanity. But despite the hundreds, if not thousands, of articles on the place of AI in schools,
Hello, Inclusionists! I’m Tim Villegas, and you are reading or listening to my bi-weekly (or whenever we get around to it) newsletter, where I break down what is happening in the field of inclusive education and whatever else is going on in my brain concerning inclusion. For this edition, I want to share an interview
The following ten videos tell the stories of people who use augmentative and alternative communication (AAC).
In 2003, Cecil County Public Schools (CCPS) educated students with significant disabilities very differently than they do now. At the time, they were known as a “center school district,” meaning students with significant disabilities were bussed away from their neighborhood schools to attend specialized schools. “There was never even an idea that a child with
Explore the power of social media and how a single image can have different interpretations. We also discuss the United Nations’ definitions of inclusion, exclusion, segregation, and integration, and how they differ from current practices in most school districts in the United States.
Discover how inclusive education can work wonders for students with disabilities through these five videos. Witness the power of commitment, differentiated instruction, and augmentative and alternative communication in fostering an inclusive classroom community that benefits all students. Watch the videos now and see for yourself how inclusion can transform lives.