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Connecting Kids Through Games with Reesa Amadeo Wolf

Inclusion School Podcast

Release Date: 10/17/2021

Creating Inclusive Interactions in the Classroom with Sara & Crystal show art Creating Inclusive Interactions in the Classroom with Sara & Crystal

Inclusion School Podcast

Julie and Simone welcome Sara Schodt and Crystal Brown from Teachstone to this week's episode. Teachstone, based in Virginia, is an expert organization that support educators on delivering quality experiences. Listen to their conversation about supporting teachers in creating inclusive classroom environments that celebrate student cultures and diversity.  ↪️You can reach Sara & Crystal at: ↪️Listen to the full episode at /. ↪️To reach us, email [email protected]  ↪️Grab resources mentioned in the show at   

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Inclusion School Podcast

This week, you're in for a treat. Join Simone & Julie for a Real Talk episode as they discuss everyday inclusion challenges. Hear them discuss parenting and other situations that challenge them to show up authentically. ➡️Listen to the entire podcast at ➡️To reach us, email [email protected]  ➡️Grab resources mentioned in the show at   

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Inclusion School Podcast

In this episode Julie & Simone are joined by educational justice coach, Lyndsay Lyons.  Lyndsay shares her work with racial and gender justice.  Her curriculum work brings high school student voices to the center.  She also shares ways that parents can start the conversation in their children's schools. ↪️You can reach Lindsay at: ↪️Listen to the full episode at /. ↪️To reach us, email [email protected]  ↪️Grab resources mentioned in the show at   

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Terry Murphy, the co-author of Soulful Sydney Explores Diversity and founder of the Grandma Brigade, joins Julie & Simone this week on the Inclusion School Podcast. As a white woman, Terry shares her journey of "waking up." She has found that being open-minded and listening to others has helped her learn along this journey. Listen to this week's delightful episode. ↪️Reach Terry at   ↪️Listen to the entire podcast at . ↪️To reach us, email [email protected]  ↪️Grab resources mentioned in the show at  

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Ayana Lage joins Simone and Julie to talk about amplifying your voice and the voices of others for social change. She has shared personal stories on social media around pregnancy loss, racial injustice, mental health, and parenting. She opens up about how she began sharing her most vulnerable lived experiences. You can reach Ayana at or on Instagram @ayanagabriellelage  Listen to our library of episodes of Inclusion School Podcast at   To reach us, email    Grab resources mentioned in the show at  Pick up our new book, Charlotte Wants A BFF at  

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Julie & Simone are excited to welcome back Madeline Tyner, a librarian at the Cooperative Children’s Book Center of the School of Education at the University of Wisconsin–Madison. Madeline was a guest in Season 1 of the Inclusion School Podcast, and has returned to share the latest trends, titles, blogs, and lists of children's books by and about diverse identity categories.   Access booklists and information at   Listen to our library of episodes of Inclusion School Podcast at   To reach us, email    Grab resources mentioned in the show at  Pick up...

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This week, Serena Murison and Kylie Jeffrey of PlaySpark join Simone and Julie for an enlightening conversation about their strength based approach to neurodiversity. They share stories of their work, their inspiring apparel line and resources to help you start a conversation with your children around diverse abilities and inclusion. To connect with Serena & Kylie visit Listen to the entire podcast at . To reach us, email [email protected]  Grab resources mentioned in the show at  Pick up our new book, Charlotte Wants A BFF at https://inclusionschool.com/book/

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Reesa Amadeo Wolf joins Simone & Julie from "across the pond" this week to talk about her experiences with diversity in schools in the U.K. and how she helps diverse kids connect through experiential learning and games.  Reesa has developed a game, "Classm8s", to help kids navigate different layers of diversity in a fun way.  You won't want to miss this amazing conversation. Visit  for more episodes.   To reach us, email    Grab resources mentioned in the show at  Pick up our new book, today!

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Sivanne Lieber, founder of The Joyous Parent, joins Simone & Julie in this week's Inclusion School Podcast to share her insights and recipe for redefining play.  As a former classroom teacher, Sivanne discusses how to use play to foster inclusion and empowering parents to tap into the power of play. Don't miss this engaging episode about bringing play back. Reach Sivanne at Visit for more episodes. To reach us, email [email protected]  

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Inclusion School Podcast

Simone and Julie are joined this week by Naomi Raquel Enright for an informative and eye-opening discussion about identity and culture. Naomi tells her story about transitioning from a Spanish language teacher to an equity practitioner and how becoming a mother influenced her work. She delves into the complexity of identity and challenging racism and the language around it. Listen to the entire podcast at . To reach us, email   Grab resources mentioned in the show at  

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Reesa Amadeo Wolf joins Simone & Julie from "across the pond" this week to talk about her experiences with diversity in schools in the U.K. and how she helps diverse kids connect through experiential learning and games.  Reesa has developed a game, "Classm8s", to help kids navigate different layers of diversity in a fun way.  You won't want to miss this amazing conversation.

Visit www.inclusionschool.com for more episodes.

 

To reach us, email [email protected]  

Grab resources mentioned in the show at https://inclusionschool.com/resources/ 

Pick up our new book, Charlotte Wants A BFF today!