Dr. Tina Halliman

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Image from http://twitter.com/TinaHalliman Nick and Matt have a wonderful conversation with Dr. Tina Halliman, Superintendent of the SPEED S.E.J.A. District 802. Dr. Halliman discusses the unique challenges of leading a special education district during a time of remote learning due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Dr. Halliman emphasizes the importance of educator self-care while supporting students with special needs.


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Meet Melody McAllister

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As we open our second season, we are very happy to introduce you to educator and author Melody McAllister. Melody's book for children, I'm Sorry Story, helps students understand and respond to the feelings of others. In this episode, Melody discusses her book and how it might be used to support students' social-emotional learning. Melody also discusses her core value of developing relationships with students and families alike. 


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Mentioned in this episode: Parentcamp.org

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