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The Best Stuff from Think Inclusive in 2022

The end of the year is always a great time to catch up on podcast episodes or long reads. If you subscribe to my newsletter, The Weeklyish, you probably know why I thought 2022 was a darn good year for inclusive education. For our last blog post of the year, I wanted to share a roundup of the best content from the Think Inclusive socials, blog, and podcast.


Here is what you might have missed, and if something stood out to you this year, let us know in the comments section below or message us on the socials. Happy New Year! Let's make 2023 the most inclusive year yet!


January


Socials




Reads

AAC users rarely experience full inclusion (The Weeklyish)


“Abbott Elementary” Says A LOT About the State of Our Schools by Kayla Kingston (Blog)


Listens



February


Socials






Reads

A Multi-Year Phased Approach to Inclusive Systems Change (The Weeklyish)


Fighting for Inclusive Education Feels Like Groundhog Day by Kayla Kingston (Blog)


Listen


March


Socials





Reads

Where are the inclusive schools? (The Weeklyish)


7 Myths About Inclusive Education (Blog)


Listen


April


Socials





Reads

How to Begin Changing Mindsets (The Weeklyish)


Pause and Consider: Ableism and Autism by Lauren Melissa Ellzey (Blog)


Listen


May


Socials





Reads

School Board Elections are Important (The Weeklyish)


10 Podcasts You Can Use for Professional Development (Blog)


Listen


June


Socials





Listens



July


Socials





Reads

Full Circle (The Weeklyish)


Why I Created My Podcast, Exceeding Expectations by Kenneth Kelty (Blog)


Listens


August


Socials





Reads

Special Education Classrooms = Segregation (The Weeklyish)


What Does Truly Meaningful Inclusion Mean to You? by Lauren Ochalek (Blog)


Listen


September


Socials





Reads

All Means All (The Weeklyish)


33 Creators Worth a Follow on Instagram (Blog)


Listens

October


Socials





Reads

Communication Through Spelling (The Weeklyish)


10 Videos That Tell the Stories of People Who Use Augmentative and Alternative Communication (Blog)


Listen


November


Socials





Reads

The Future of Inclusive Education in California (The Weeklyish)


Public Schools Have an Inclusive Leadership Problem (Blog)


Listens


December


Socials





Read

2022 was a darn good year for inclusive education. Here is why. (The Weeklyish)


Listens



 

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Tim Villegas is the Director of Communications for MCIE, Editor-in-Chief of Think Inclusive, and the host of the Think Inclusive Podcast. Follow him on Twitter @TheRealTimVegas.

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