Join the Revolution with Florentina & the MyKids Unite© Team to Celebrate Friendships for All! Learn about being a good friend, making new friends and learning Just How Amazing You Are for You and I am For Me!
A Unique, Creative and Engaging Inclusion Lesson Plan for Grades K - 12! Adaptable for ALL ages and abilities!
Also a great interactive resource for College and Community Organizations who want to build and support Inclusive Programs!
Includes US Department of Education Standards.
Book Written by Andrea M. Clarke and Inspired by Florentina, an Artist with special needs who just wants to have friends and be accepted for who she is. Bright, colorful illustrations and unique characters, this enlightening story captures the imagination of kids, young and old!
LESSON PLAN DEVELOPED BY:
Shannon K. Pugerude, M.Ed.; Think Kids Collaborative Problem Solving Certified Trainer; Certified Peer Support Specialist
Valerie Mallory, M.Ed.; Certified Peer Support Specialist, Crisis Prevention Specialist
Objective: Students will identify why including people that are different than them isn't occurring, why it should, develop a plan to encourage inclusion and implement it. Students will discuss how others can be different and the same. "We Are All Unique Individuals" Students will write, create and share with the class why they should include all students, especially people who appear to be different than them.
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Shannon K. Pugerude, M.Ed. has a huge heart for all and believes in the Collaborative Problem Solving philosophy that “we all do well when we can” and if we can’t it’s because we have some unmet needs, things that we’re still learning and need some support. Shannon knows we are full of diverse abilities and that we THRIVE when we have the opportunity to “soar with our strengths and manage our weaknesses” with compassionate supports.
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Collaborative problem solving is about people working together face-to-face or in online workspaces with a focus on solving real world problems. These groups are made up of members that share a common concern, a similar passion, and/or a commitment to their work.
Disclaimer – MyKids Unite Inclusion Revolution Lesson Plans are original creations and developed and written specifically for The MyKids Unite Team© Inclusion Revolution Series and written in collaboration with Andrea M Clarke. Copyright 2008 – 2019 All Rights Reserved
The MyKids Unite Team© Inclusion Revolution Series and/or related Lesson Plans are not affiliated directly or indirectly with the works of Dr. Ross Greene, the originator of the Collaborative & Proactive Solutions (CPS) model (originally, but definitely no longer, known as “Collaborative Problem Solving“) and or Think:Kids – Collaborative Problem Solving®
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