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I see your ability.

Contributor(s): Polan, Sue [filmmaker.] | Kanopy (Firm).
Publisher: [San Francisco, California, USA] : Kanopy Streaming, 2014Description: 1 online resource (1 video file, approximately 22 min.) : digital, .flv file, sound.Disc region: video file MPEG-4 Flash.Content type: two-dimensional moving image Media type: computer Carrier type: online resourceSubject(s): LEARNING DISABILITY | CHILDREN | PRIMARY SCHOOL AGE | PEER INTERACTION | INCLUSIVE EDUCATION | TEACHER TRAININGGenre/Form: Short films.Online resources: A Kanopy streaming video Click to view film | Cover Image Summary: Listen 2 the kids as they talk about the inclusion of their friends with special needs in the classroom, on the playground and in the lunchroom. This brief study of the inclusion process in an exemplary elementary school accents the joys and challenges of everyday life. The culture of acceptance is evident throughout. This film is a "must see" for teachers, teachers in training, counselors, psychologists, parents and advocates for the education of special needs students everywhere. Challenging and uplifting! "This video takes an honest look at inclusion from the perspective of staff and students. For this elementary school, the rewards have been worth the challenges." -Julie Albright, School Psychologist "It's about acceptance. It's about community. We're better together and we're all responsible for one another." - Mary Biagini, School Principal.
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Originally produced by Listen 2 Kids Productions in 2014.

Listen 2 the kids as they talk about the inclusion of their friends with special needs in the classroom, on the playground and in the lunchroom. This brief study of the inclusion process in an exemplary elementary school accents the joys and challenges of everyday life. The culture of acceptance is evident throughout. This film is a "must see" for teachers, teachers in training, counselors, psychologists, parents and advocates for the education of special needs students everywhere. Challenging and uplifting! "This video takes an honest look at inclusion from the perspective of staff and students. For this elementary school, the rewards have been worth the challenges." -Julie Albright, School Psychologist "It's about acceptance. It's about community. We're better together and we're all responsible for one another." - Mary Biagini, School Principal.

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