Nuts & Bolts Webinar – Successful Learning: A Deep Dive into Inclusive Pedagogy
Inclusive pedagogy minimizes or removes barriers to learning or assessment and supports the success of all learners, while ensuring that academic standards are not diminished. Such pedagogy includes the integration of culturally and linguistically sustaining practices, social and emotional learning, cognitive science, and trauma informed care.
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Dr. Cherylynn Jody Moody Director of Residency and Assistant Clinical Professor, Texas A&M San AntonioDr. Cherylynn Jody MoodyDirector of Residency and Assistant Clinical Professor, Texas A&M San Antonio
Dr. Cherylynn Jody Moody is currently serving as a Director of Residency and Assistant Clinical Professor for Texas A&M San Antonio, a Hispanic Serving Institution. She comes from the elementary and middle school classroom then transitioned to higher education eleven years ago. She has served at public and private institutions of higher education in California and now in Texas. She enjoys working with teacher residents, student teacher candidates and interns preparing them for the demands of working in diverse classrooms with varied needs and backgrounds. Her research interests include culturally responsive education for teacher candidates, art integration with social emotional learning and high stakes assessments.
Dr. Karen Kohler Assistant Professor in the Department of Curriculum and Instruction, Texas A&M-San AntonioDr. Karen KohlerAssistant Professor in the Department of Curriculum and Instruction, Texas A&M-San Antonio
Dr. Karen Kohler is an Assistant Professor in the Department of Curriculum and Instruction at Texas A&M-San Antonio, a Hispanic Serving Institution. Her career in education started as an elementary school teacher and later as a family specialist known for increasing and sustaining family engagement in diverse communities. Currently, she is the President of the Learning Disabilities Association of Texas and serves on the board of directors for Celebrate Dyslexia and KIPP-SA. Dr. Kohler holds a Master’s in Education and a Doctorate in Education, specializing in Reading and Literacy. Her research interests include family engagement, collaboration between classroom teachers and special programs, and literacy.