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Inclusion of Children with Exceptionalities in Early Childhood Classrooms - Shared screen with speaker view
Zaynab Roberson
14:50
Zaynab Roberson
LG Stylo 6
15:01
Monica Moore/Teacher
Star Nowlin
15:12
Star Nowlin
Maegan Gomez
15:16
Maegan Gomez, Teacher
Teresa Hammond-Johnson
15:17
Teresa Hammond-Johnson Teacher Assistant
Nicole Harper
15:26
Nicole Harper, lead EHS teacher
iPhone
15:34
Venice White/Teacher
Valerie Bowman
15:49
Valerie Bowman
Ms.Gwendecka Conover
15:51
Gwendecka Conover
Williemae Brown
15:59
Williemae Brown/Teacher
lawanda
16:04
Lawanda Brown
Susan Hairston
16:11
Susan Hairston
lawanda
16:23
Charneice Brown
lawanda
16:28
James Brown
lawanda
16:38
Lawanda Brown
Carrie Zeigler
17:10
We have Carrie Zeigler, Katha Forrest and Shirley Martin in the meeting
Sharon Pinkney
17:32
sharon Pinkney
Quadedra Davis
17:36
Quadedra Davis Floater
patricia minter
18:19
Patricia Minter
Yvette Brown
19:28
Yvette Brown
Shelby Moody
20:43
Shelby Family Services Child Development Center Program Manager
Shawn Martin
22:11
Shawn Martin, Centers for Exceptional Children
Zaynab Roberson
29:18
Zaynab Roberson, Centers for Exceptional Children, Lead Preschool Teacher
SARAH WATKINS
29:27
Sarah Watkins is here
SARAH WATKINS
30:56
odist Church Preschool, lead teacher
Nicole Harper
33:00
I am a foster parent so i sadly have seen many situations like this
Ms.Gwendecka Conover
35:19
lack of providing learning tools/ lack of fluid speech
Ms.Gwendecka Conover
35:47
minimal fine motor skills- parents do everything for them
Sonya Bailey
35:51
Sonya Bailey
Dwanna Agnew
36:08
Dwanna Agnew
Dwanna Agnew
38:24
when you have a parent that is in denial, how often do you suggest outside specialist?
Nicole Harper
39:09
I personally do it at an initial meeting with them and at each conference time
Ms.Gwendecka Conover
39:21
meet them where they are and ensure our environment is welcoming, safe and inviting , model what is needed
Zaynab Roberson
39:35
meet them where they are and build on the skills that they have
Zaynab Roberson
42:17
provide safety, security, guidance.. I have 3, 4, and 5 year old students on different developmental levels and needs. I have to strategize in a manner that is suitable to their individual academic and developmental needs.
Ms.Gwendecka Conover
42:17
dance with them, make room for the chair
Zaynab Roberson
43:17
use pictures
Nicole Harper
43:30
Picture boards where they and you can communicate
Sharon Pinkney
46:11
Hey shelby
Shelby Moody
46:42
Hey Sharon how are you
Zaynab Roberson
46:51
tactile picture cards for visually impaired
Sharon Pinkney
47:05
Good so good to see you
Teresa Hammond-Johnson
47:43
taking a BR break
Nicole Harper
54:14
It could also be trauma related, some children show hyperactivity and ADHD signs when they experienced trauma
Teresa Hammond-Johnson
54:38
Great point Nicole Harper
patricia minter
01:02:38
Maybe he does not hear well
Teresa Hammond-Johnson
01:02:53
was he being called the name he is used to hearing (nickname)
Ms.Gwendecka Conover
01:03:11
justifying his actions
Star Nowlin
01:04:26
WE have a 5 year old who calls himself baby
Ms.Gwendecka Conover
01:07:46
interaction, consistency
Zaynab Roberson
01:08:10
interaction
patricia minter
01:08:23
need food shelter clothing basic needs, love, attention, safe place routines
Shawn Martin
01:10:58
Natural environment assessments are very valuable.
Shawn Martin
01:13:58
That was just a snapshot. Not enough information.
Star Nowlin
01:15:00
social games
Ms.Gwendecka Conover
01:15:57
be intentional in building a relationship with the child.
Zaynab Roberson
01:21:34
I apologize I had a small emergency
Quadedra Davis
01:22:10
its fine for me
Teresa Hammond-Johnson
01:22:29
I thought it was just me
Nicole Harper
01:23:14
I’ve had no issues
Zaynab Roberson
01:23:53
If a student can come to work take work to them
Zaynab Roberson
01:23:59
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Smart Start of Forsyth County
01:26:08
Please be sure that you have put your name in the chat box for sign in.
Valerie Bowman
01:29:38
Valerie Bowman owner/operator
Shelby Moody
01:29:39
Stepping away for a minute
Zaynab Roberson
01:30:55
Follow Their Lead!
Shawn Martin
01:39:32
Typically developing children benefit as much as their peers with special needs from inclusive practices.
Shawn Martin
01:39:43
If not more
Teresa Hammond-Johnson
01:40:08
Beautiful
Zaynab Roberson
01:40:40
Absolutely Shawn, they learn from each other about differences
Ms.Gwendecka Conover
01:40:54
When teachers have the support they can focus on the child/ children and give what is needed.
iPhone
01:45:05
Thank you for sharing strategies and videos I can use this information in my classroom
Kellie Draughn
01:45:43
Love this workshop thank you
LG Stylo 6
01:46:04
Thanks for the information!
Teresa Hammond-Johnson
01:46:07
enjoyed this so much, glad I signed up
Star Nowlin
01:46:23
Great video. Great Training!
Ms.Gwendecka Conover
01:46:31
This was really helpful information, thank you
Zaynab Roberson
01:46:33
This was a very informative session. Thank you!
Ms.Gwendecka Conover
01:46:39
Gwendecka Conover
Zaynab Roberson
01:46:40
Zaynab Roberson
Nicole Harper
01:46:43
Nicole Harper
Quadedra Davis
01:47:00
Quadedra Davis Floater
Yvette Brown
01:47:03
Yvette Brown
Kellie Draughn
01:47:04
Kellie Draughn
Pamela Lowrance
01:47:09
Pamela lowrance
Susan Hairston
01:47:12
Susan Hairston
Teresa Hammond-Johnson
01:47:15
Teresa Hammond-Johnson
Yvette Brown
01:47:28
Thank you
Maegan Gomez
01:47:28
Maegan Gomez
SARAH WATKINS
01:47:32
Sarah Watkins
Dwanna Agnew
01:47:33
Dwanna Agnew
iPhone
01:47:49
Venice White
Tuwanda Parker
01:47:52
Tuwanda Parker
Dwanna Agnew
01:47:56
Barbara Gamble
Valerie Bowman
01:48:25
Valerie Bowman
lawanda
01:48:30
Lawanda Brown and , Charneuce Brown and ,James Brown