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A show designed for parents, educators, and caregivers on how to have tough conversations around inclusion with their children. Hosts are Simone Morris and Julie Kratz.
Jun 1, 2020
Real Talk - Talking About Black Lives Matter
Simone Morris and Julie Kratz talk about Black Lives Matter. How do you answer the question, why did he (George Floyd) have to die? That and more on the latest episode of the Inclusion School Podcast.
May 24, 2020
Real Talk - Season 1 and Covid 19
Julie Kratz and Simone Morris discussing real life on this week's episode of the Inclusion School Podcast. What did they learn, what tough questions are their kids asking, and what's happening during Covid. To talk to us at Inclusion School, send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
May 17, 2020
S1 Episode 18 - How to Talk to Kids about Work
Educator and Author, Michelle Travis joins this week's Inclusion School Podcast. Michelle shares her wisdom on talking to children about work. As the author of My Mom Has Two Jobs, she brings a unique perspective about how to help children understand the duality of roles in the home. Listen to this dynamic and engaging conversation with hosts Simone Morris and Julie Kratz. Reach Michelle Reach Inclusion School Podcast
May 10, 2020
S1 Episode 17 - How to have Hard Conversations with Children
Mental Health Therapist Danielle Ireland joins the Inclusion School Podcast this week to talk about techniques for having hard conversations with children. Danielle talks about breaking communications down (how do we navigate it and get vulnerable?)
May 3, 2020
S1 Episode 16 - Talk about Physical Abilities
Mike Hess, Founder and Executive Director of The Blind Institute of Technology is this week's guest on the Inclusion School Podcast. Julie, Simone, and Mike discuss how to broach the conversation of physical abilities with children. Learn cool ways you can use to foster these inclusive conversations.
Apr 26, 2020
S1 Episode 15 - Normalize the D&I Conversation
Neil Miller joins this week's episode of the Inclusion School Podcast. Neil shares the white male perspective as he discussed future trends in the workplace, honesty with children, and approach to bringing others along in the diversity and inclusion journey.
Apr 19, 2020
S1 Episode 14 - Tough Stuff Lessons (Bonus Episode)
Adına Oberman, educator, mom, and owner of Big Books for Little Hands shares some bonus thoughts post interview with the Inclusion School Podcast. Here what Adina had to say behind the scenes. All good and worth a listen.
Apr 19, 2020
S1 Episode 14 - Tough Stuff Lessons
Adina Oberman, Educator, Mom, and owner of Big Books for Little Hands joins the Inclusion School Podcast this week to talk about how to discuss the tough stuff with your children. It's a delightful conversation where Adina sheds lights on resources that are age appropriate. Adina has books for every category of discussion you can think of having with your children. Check out Big Books for Little Hands here. You can also follow them on Instagram. Questions for the Podcast, email us at email@example.com.
Apr 12, 2020
S1 Episode 13 - Deep Dive on the Availability of Diverse Books
Julie and Simone had a delightful time interviewing Madeline Tyner about the research the Cooperative Children's Book Center (CCBC) in Madison, Wisconsin conducts each year around diverse books. They review about 4000 books annually. Learn the process and who's writing what. It's an insightful conversation that you don't want to miss.
Apr 5, 2020
S1 Episode 12 - Veronica Appleton
Veronica S. Appleton is a scholar, practitioner and author. She is a Senior Lecturer of Intercultural Communications. Veronica joins Simone and Julie on this week's episode of the Inclusion School Podcast. She shares 6 strategies that parents and educators can use to foster inclusion with children. In addition, she talks about equalizing the playing field for all students. Connect with Veronica here Send your questions for the Inclusion School Podcast to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Mar 29, 2020
S1 Episode 11 - Teaching Tolerance
Managing Editor of Teaching Tolerance organization, Monita Bell, joins this week's episode of the Inclusion School Podcast. Monita shares the journey of the organization and the resources they provide for educators. Parents and caregivers can also benefit from these resources. Listen in and pick up some new tips for having inclusive conversations with your children. Learn more about Teaching Tolerance. Questions for Inclusion School - email@example.com. Visit our website: http://www.inclusionschool.com
Mar 22, 2020
S1 Episode B1 - Real Talk about the Corona Virus and explaining it to Kids
Join Julie Kratz and Simone E. Morris in this week's bonus episode. Julie and Simone discuss breaking down the Corona Virus conversation to kids. What can you do to be present with your kids during this time? Questions for the podcast -- firstname.lastname@example.org. Inclusion School Website - www.inclusionschool.com.
Mar 15, 2020
S1 Episode 9 - Why discussing Women's History is a must for our kids!
Master Storyteller and Performer, Sally Perkins, joins the Inclusion School Podcast this week to discuss Women's History. Sally enlightens our audience by conversing with Julie and Simone about how we can incorporate education on the Women's Suffrage movement into conversations with our children. Listen in and learn more about our history and key women your children simply must know about. Happy Women's History Month. Learn more about Sally Perkins via https://www.sallyperkins.net/. Connect and ask questions of inclusion school hosts via email@example.com.
Mar 8, 2020
S1 Episode 8 - Talking about Same Sex Parents with your children
Abby Robinson joins the Inclusion School Podcast this week. Abby is a parent who identifies as LGBTQ and has two boys in elementary school. Abby shares her journey and tips for having conversations with your kids regarding families with same sex parents. Get curious and listen to this week's insightful episode. Questions about the podcast: firstname.lastname@example.org
Mar 2, 2020
S1 Episode 7 -Kids have no filter!
Sharròn Dean is an accomplished Human Capital Consultant, Leadership Coach with proven experience in professional development, equity, inclusion and cultural awareness. She joins the Inclusion School Podcast this week. She shares a diverse background that touches kids at many levels. Listen to this fun and resourceful episode as Sharron shares stories and tips for conversing with your children.
Feb 23, 2020
S1 Episode 6 - Unpacking Black History Month
Keith Stokes of 1696 Heritage Group, a historical consulting firm, joins Inclusion School this week to talk about educating our youth on Black History Month. Prepare yourself for rich education on Black Heritage in this episode. Gain tips and strategies to experience Black History 365 days. Reach Keith via http://www.1696heritage.com/ Questions for Julie & Simone via email@example.com
Feb 18, 2020
S1 Episode 5 - Teaching Kindness
This week, hosts Julie Kratz and Simone Morris speak to Best Selling Author, Mom, and Educator Stacy Bauer. Stacy shares strategies for teaching children kindness, a perfect topic for this month. Grab a pen and join us for strategies for rich discussions with your children. Learn how kindness translates over the years. Visit Stacy @ http://stacycbauer.com. Questions or Comments for Inclusion School, email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Feb 9, 2020
S1 Episode 4 - Celebrating Black History Month
In Episode 4 of the Inclusion School Podcast, hosts Julie Kratz and Simone E. Morris discuss ways to celebrate Black History Month. Listen in for resources to support conversations with your children. Be sure to send us any comments or questions at email@example.com. #inclusionschool #diversitykids
Jan 26, 2020
S1 Episode 3 - Real Talk and Real Questions
In Episode 3, Simone Morris and Julie Kratz answer questions from listeners. Listen and pick up tips and resources for your inclusion journey.
Jan 20, 2020
S1 Episode 2 - A conversation with educator, Lila Jay
Principal Lila Jay from Smoky Row Elementary in Indiana joins the Inclusion School Podcast this week to discuss the school's approach to Diversity & Inclusion.
Jan 13, 2020
S1 Episode 1 - An Introduction to Brave Conversations on Inclusion
This episode features hosts Simone Morris and Julie Kratz discussing this new platform to provide education around inclusion strategies to reach children. Julie and Simone discuss the upcoming Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. holiday and how they plan to celebrate. Listen in and share with your network. We'd also love to hear from you at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Dec 23, 2019
Trailer Episode for Inclusion School
Inclusion School is a podcast designed for parents, educators and caregivers on the how to's of teaching inclusion to their children. Inclusion Strategists Simone Morris and Julie Kratz are hosts for this podcast. In this trailer episode, they talk about what listeners can expect from the podcast.