Anti-Bullying, Disability Curriculum Guidelines, Grade Levels, High School (9-12), Subject, Grade 12

Articles to Read for Adults and Older Students

[Image Description] A notebook, booklet, iphone on a wooden stand and cup of coffee arranged on a table.

Summary:

A list of helpful articles about disability and language, disability and media, how to talk to kids about disability and disability etiquette. Teachers, students and anyone interested in learning more about disability will find these articles helpful.

Lesson Plan:

Things to Read.googledocs

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Disability Curriculum Guidelines, Grade Levels, Type, Activities/Games, Subject, Social Studies

Accessible Features and Devices: An explanation handout

Summary:

This handout is a simple list of accessible features out in the community or accessible devices people with disabilities use. It is in no way an exhaustive list! We would love recommendations to add to the list. Contact us to let us know what we should add. It can be used as background knowledge for educators or as a handout for students. You can use this handout in conjunction with other activities like the Toy Box lesson.

Handout:

Handout Explaining Disability Related Community Features.googledoc

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Disability Curriculum Guidelines, Grade Levels, Type, Subject

Teaching Disability as an Ally

Summary:

Short guidelines for teachers.

Exercise:

 Guidelines for teaching this curriculum as a disability ally.docx

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