Oct 30, 2022
Julie & Simone welcome owner of The Sensory Space, Emma Arnoff to the podcast. Emma shares her story and talks about creating safe environments for neurodivergent children. She introduces steps to create classrooms with every learner in mind.
Reach Emma at https://sensoryspacepk.com/
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Oct 23, 2022
This week, Simone & Julie welcome their youngest guest, 6th grader Anaya Uttamchandani to the podcast. Anaya shares her views on how students and classrooms can be more inclusive. She has already taken action and shows how you can be a change maker at any age. Don't miss this refreshing conversation.
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Oct 16, 2022
Simone and Julie welcome Sally Perkins back to the podcast to share her lessons, tips and suggestions on how to have candid conversations with children about current topics. There are big stories in the news, from women's rights to voting rights that children hear either at home or in school. How and when do you start...
Oct 9, 2022
Simone and Julie are excited to have children's book author, Adelle Spindlove on this episode of the podcast. Adelle shares the story behind her book, Freddie and the High Flying Kick. It is a book about disability and inclusion based on her personal experience and uses story telling to highlight ways that children can...
Oct 2, 2022
Julie & Simone are delighted to welcome Brytani Cavil, founder of The Brown Book Box to this episode. She shares why she felt it was important to find and share books that have diverse characters for children to read. Her mission and enthusiasm is inspiring.
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