Social Thinking

On today’s podcast, host Lori Boll speaks with Michelle Garcia Winner, the creator and founder of Social Thinking and a globally recognized thought leader, author, speaker, and social-cognitive therapist.

Hosting a SENIA Watch Party: It’s Easy, Fun & Impactful

Laura is an educator and leader who believes that our questions inform our learning journey. And this belief inspired her to hold a watch party at her school last year.

Building a More Inclusive Culture in International Schools

Kristel currently works as the Director of Students Services at the KAUST school in Saudi Arabia. She is the Asia Pacific Regional Coordinator of Next Frontier Inclusion (NFI)

A Chat with a Math Education Change Agent

Today I speak with Steve Leinwand who has a long and impressive career as a math teacher, leader, researcher, and author in the field.

Return to School: More Referrals This Year Than Ever Before

Tracey Ellis from International Diagnostic Solutions (IDS) to discuss the impact this past pandemic year has had on families, parents, teachers, and students with learning needs.

Parenting with Confidence & Self-Compassion

Sharoya Ham aims to give parents the permission to let go of some of those “I-need-to-do” tasks to focus on self-care and to recapture the joy of parenting.

Breaking Barriers with Best Buddies

Today I speak with Gustavo Soriano, Gustavo he is the Senior Director of International Programs at Best Buddies International

Traumatic Brain Injury and Learning

Drs. Melissa McCart and Sondra Marshall are experts in the field of Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI) and the implications of a TBI on learning.

You Want Research? NASEN’s Got It!

Today’s podcast features Dr. Adam Boddison, the Chief Executive of NASEN, which is the National Association for Special Education Needs.

Would You Want to Be a Student in Your Classroom?

Our guest today is Pernille Ripp who is an English teacher, author, internationally known speaker, and the founder of Global Read Aloud.  Pernille asks educators to reflect on one simple question: Would you want to be a student in your classroom?