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Check out the guide below for how to use our site:
On this site you will find what our project, Disability Equality in Education, is doing to reduce disability stigma and how YOU can be a part of it. In order to find what you need below are some things to consider while you’re here and suggestions for where you may find what you need. If at any time you still feel like you’re looking for something.. don’t hesitate to send an email or call!
To find what you need, ask yourself:
- Who are you?
- Educator – There is a tab just for you! Click there to find all of the resources you may need.
- Student – You will want to check out all of our events and look to see if there is a group near you!
- Family member – Our resources tab may be exactly what you need. Feel free to look at our events and ask how you can help be our advocates!
- What are you looking for?
- Advice or information – We don’t just do lesson plans and curriculum. Check out our Resources tab for our compilation of information.
- Classroom resources – Within our educators tab, you can create an account and check out our lesson plan database
- Somewhere to be a part of the movement – Be sure to look at our events and school partners!
- Create an account!
- Creating an account will give you additional access to lesson plans and help us track our users
Start the conversation with Disability Equality in Education!
Throughout the website we use the terms disabled person and person with a disability. For us, disability holds no negative connotations, it simply is who we are. The staff at DEE all identify as disabled and belong to the disability community as a whole. Disability is just another one of our identities just like being a father, mother or musician. We hold the idea that disability is not a problem within the individual person, but part of larger issues in society like lack of access. If you are curious to learn more please contact us! We are always happy to discuss disability!
Two Key Student Populations in Pennsylvania
K-12 lesson plans are geared towards all students (disabled and non-disabled). PA educators please try DEE lessons in K-12 classrooms and fill out a simple evaluation form to help us gather information to further improve the lessons. We offer a free training to student teachers and experienced educators on disability to help guide through disability related topics presented in the lesson plans. You must create a free profile to view and download lessons. For more information click here.
College Disability Pride: DEE collaborates with colleges to cultivate disability culture and pride on campus, whether that is a one-day event or a month long string of activities. We help students with disabilities create their own student clubs and enhance disability clubs that already exist on college campuses. For more information click here.