Podcast: Inclusion Matters
Inclusion Matters is a podcast produced by CICC. Early childhood experts discuss a wide array of important topics for early childhood professionals.
Muxuuyahay tababarka ama latalinta xagga Inclusion’ka ama kamidnoqoshada ay caruurtu carruurta kale lamid noqonayso iyo sida ay faa’iido ugu tahay caruurta xanaanada ubadka yaryar lagu hayyo jooga oo baaahida gaarka ah leh? Podcast’kaan waa podacast ama maqaalka uguhoreeya maqaalada xirrirka ah oo laxirrira arinta tababarka ama latalinta xagga caruurta sida ay kuwa kale oga mid noqon lahaayeen.(Length: 8:06)
In the final part of the series, Cindy Croft, Priscilla Weigel and Dea Anderson conclude their discussion on the benefits of inclusion when it comes to cognition as well as sensory-motor development for all kids, with and without disabilities.(Length: 11:43)
In part one of this two part series, Cindy Croft, Priscilla Weigel and Dea Anderson discuss the benefits of inclusion to communication, language and social skills for children with and without disabilities.(Length: 10:44)
In Part 2 of the podcast on IDEA Part Primary Referral Source, Cindy Croft and Priscilla Weigel discuss the importance of working closely with families when a referral of a child in your program becomes necessary. How do you maintain a trusting relationship? How do you continue to support families? Tips will be shared on communicating with families.(Length: 12:00)
In this podcast, Cindy Croft and Priscilla Weigel discuss the IDEA Part C regulation which names ‘child care and early learning programs’ as primary referral sources for children in their care who may have developmental delays. Listen to Cindy and Priscilla explain what this regulation means to you as a child care provider and what your role now means when it comes to early intervention.(Length: 12:00)
In Part Two of the discussion of the ECRII research on factors that support success with inclusion, Priscilla Weigel and Cindy Croft will talk about the final 3 including a lively discussion on passionate community involvement. Advocates including parents and others can promote the implementation of inclusive programming for children in their local communities.(Length: 15:37)