Sarah Wheeler
The inexpert endeavors of a supposed parenting expert.
Created 03 Mar 2020
  • Body Talk
    11 Jun 2021 • 9 min read • 4 2
    Hello lovelies. It’s been over a year since I set-up this circus, and I’m not going anywhere, but I have decided it’s time to give my name, The Inclusive Educator, the old heave ho. I really did think...
  • Vacation Cereal
    02 Jun 2021 • 6 min read • 10 13
    Share The Inclusive Educator I. We arrive at the wine-country family resort where we are staying for three nights (and, I am reminded by my son Max, four days) with our extended family. I am nursing o...
  • I Break Into Cemeteries
    26 May 2021 • 7 min read • 5 6
    Subscribe now If your mom had a day to herself, where she did not have to focus on being a mom, what would she do? This question, part of an autism assessment that tries to get at a child’s perspectiv...
  • The problem with parenting styles
    20 May 2021 • 7 min read • 6 15
    Hi! If you like reading my words, please consider converting that pleasure into a donation to the graduating class of Oakland International High School, which serves students who have recently immigra...
  • Sisterhood of the Traveling Van
    09 May 2021 • 5 min read • 3 0
    It was 1994, the summer before seventh grade. Every morning, my sister Mariam and I loaded into our father’s black Honda Odyssey, named ‘Blackberry’ after the character from Watership Down, and drove ...
  • Letter of Recommendation: Fresh Air
    05 May 2021 • 6 min read • 5 9
    Subscribe now Growing up, I was what we refer to in the biz as an “indoor kid.” I sat on a bench with my nose in a Judy Blume book while other girls played jump rope, cowered in fear anytime someone t...
  • Sibling Rivalry, Revisited
    30 Apr 2021 • 9 min read • 5 12
    In this post from what some people would call “last July” and I would call “at least 400 years ago,” I wrote about sibling rivalry. First in my own family of origin, where the animosity between my sel...
  • Good White Men
    22 Apr 2021 • 6 min read • 8 12
    As I wrote about a few months back, my five-year-old son is obsessed with money. Since we decided to give him an allowance, he comes come every day and counts his cash like Stringer Bell in the backro...
  • You Can (And Will) Take It With You
    16 Apr 2021 • 3 min read • 6 9
    Did you know that when a marker-cap, enclosed in a Subaru Outback traveling at 75 miles per hour, is separated from its marker, it has a 95.5% chance of falling or magically disappearing from said veh...
  • All Kinds of Minds
    09 Apr 2021 • < 1 min read • 3 0
    This week’s post is a guest post with Radici Studios, a bomb-ass arts organization run by the lovely Jen Bloomer. Jen is a talented artist, an anti-racist educator, and a mother of two kids, who is ki...
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