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S1 Episode 18 - How to Talk to Kids about Work

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Release Date: 05/17/2020

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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.

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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.

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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 and giving our children what they need.

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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.

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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.

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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.

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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. 

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Julie and Simone interview Madeline Tyner about the research the Cooperative Children's Book Center (CCBC) in Madison, Wisconsin conducts each year. They review 4000 books. Learn the process and who's writing what. It's an insightful conversation that you don't want to miss.

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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.

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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.

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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.

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