Now freely available: 10 new "SWIFT in 60" mini-films showing inclusive educational practices
What does inclusive school transformation look like? The SWIFT team can show you! Filmmaker Dan Habib has just completed 10 short films for the SWIFT Center that portray educational practices in inclusive schools. SWIFT (Schoolwide Integrated Framework for Transformation) is a national K-8 technical assistance center for academic and behavioral support that promotes achievement for all students, including students with the most extensive needs.
These 10 "SWIFT in 60" films can be freely viewed on the SWIFT YouTube channel or downloaded from Vimeo. Each film is under two minutes in length and serves as a quick reference for learning and teaching about the core features of the SWIFT framework. Read more about the films HERE.
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Monday, November 10, 2014
10 new "SWIFT in 60" mini-films showing inclusive educational practices
[From New Hampshire filmmaker Dan Habib, director of the documentaries "Including Samuel" and "Who Cares About Kelsey?":]