For those of you who are newer to the podcast, when I launched this show a little over two years ago, Asher and I recorded Kids POV episodes, or what Asher referred to as the “Asher Special Episodes,” together every couple of weeks. In fact, we’ve made nearly twenty of these Asher specials to date. As Asher is growing up and into his teen self, he is, very appropriately, becoming more private in his thoughts and feelings, so we’ve decided to cut back on the episodes that involve him.

However, we decided to do this one last episode on the topic of education, as we’ve been having lots of conversations about this ourselves lately and we thought it might be interesting to share it for the podcast. So today we talk about how Asher learns, what he thinks schools get wrong when it comes to supporting atypical learners, and what ideas he has for schools becoming more inclusive. I hope you enjoy it! And if you are newer to the show and you appreciate Asher’s perspective, definitely go back and listen to the other episodes we’ve done together, or co-listen to them with your kids. You can find them all here. 

 

About Debbie and Asher: Debbie Reber is the founder of TiLT and the host of the TiLT Parenting Podcast. 13-year-old Asher is Debbie’s son and is regularly featured on the podcast. Find out more about Debbie and Asher by visiting the About Page.

 

 

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