Supporting Inclusion Around the World with Project Unify

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Since we are looking at Inclusion Around the World this month, who better to partner with than Project Unify? This organization has shown time and time again how they are changing students' lives around the globe. This month we have decided to feature several of their articles and resources to inspire you to think beyond borders!

Young People Change the World: Blog following up on the Global Youth Activation Summit

Unified Partners Work for Change: Update on a Pair of Youths from Special Olympics Great Britain 

Youth Fan Activation : Experience how young people from South Africa, Great Britain, Romania, Paraguay, Peru, Lebanon and Jordan are activating inclusion through Special Olympics

Changing Attitudes – One at a Time: A handbook for review and discussion of the multinational survey on the public’s attitudes about individuals with intellectual disabilities 

And a little extra…

Inclusive Education in Thailand:An interesting look at the current state of inclusion in Thailand

As a teacher, would you like a way to connect with other teachers and students around the world practicing inclusion? ePals is an amazing global community that connects classrooms from over 200 countries. It is free and simple to join! You can find teachers around the world such as this one looking for "Inclusion students practicing Math Skills are Seeking Penpals!". Visit ePals and sign your class up!

 

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  • claudia-jackson@sbcglobal.net July 5, 2012

    I will be in munich July 12 to August 7 with a side strip to Copenhagen July 19 to 27 and would like to connect  with special ed educators.  I have been a sped teacher (resources specialist) for 14 years and before that a political consultant  and journalist for 16 years.  I am excited to share my ideas and experience on an international level.  Do you have any ideas on who to contact in Munich?  Is there an organization who has members who might want to meet and discuss special ed in terms of an inclusive curriculum and ways and means to implement it.??????      Please let me know more about ePals.   I have been teaching summer school sverely impaired for 14 years and then take off for Europe and the middle east for a month.

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