Elizabeth Kozleski on Inclusion and Special Education
Elizabeth Kozleski sat down to discuss her work in teacher training and special education. Her focus on transformative education and liberation pedagogy really helps paint a picture of where education can go and the power teachers have to make that change. We take a broad look at what happens in teacher empowerment and the philosophical understandings that might facilitate change. Episode originally recorded on February 26, 2020 at KZSU Stanford. Guest: Elizabeth Kozleski Host: Benjamin S. Woodford Cohost: Emily Quiles Associates: Bianca Al-Shamari, Ebbie Banks
Learning Differences with guest Elizabeth Kozleski
School's In with Dan Schwartz and Denise Pope:"Learning Differences with guest Elizabeth Kozleski"Elizabeth Kozleski is a Dean’s Senior Scholar for Teaching and Learning at Stanford Graduate School of Education. She discusses inclusiveness, learning differences and how children are tracked into special education classrooms.Originally aired on SiriusXM on February 16, 2019.Recorded at Stanford Video.
Elizabeth Kozleski is the dean’s senior scholar for teaching and learning at the Stanford Graduate School of Education. On this episode, she discusses inclusiveness, learning differences and how children are tracked into special education classrooms.
Dr. Elizabeth Kozleski: Promoting Equity in Education
Dr. Elizabeth Kozleski is the chair of the Special Education department at the University of Kansas. In this podcast, Dr. Kozleski reflects on her thoughts and experiences related to culturally responsive teaching. Transcript available at: http://tinyurl.com/zg5gqxq