Teaching Students about Inclusion
Here is a great graphic "Moore Inclusion ABC'S" from: @kwiens62 :
My daughter was born with Spina Bifida Myelomeningocele (Milo-my-ninja-seal), and at the beginning of every year, I enjoy sharing videos and resources to her teachers in case they would like to share with the students to help open up conversations and understanding.
The first video comes from Daniel Tiger's Neighborhood via PBS Kids on YouTube. This video does a great job highlighting the fact that we are all unique and different in our own ways. Enjoy:
From the Respectability.org website:
" “Ian” started as a mother’s mission to educate her son’s bullies on the playground—one to one. When she realized that the need for inclusion was bigger than one playground, she wrote a book and founded Fundación ian to change thousands of minds and attitudes about people with disabilities. She approached MundoLoco, a top digital animation studio in Latin America, about creating “Ian,” an animated film to deliver the message of inclusion to audiences all over the world. "