Promoting Social Inclusion
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The internet has become a powerful tool for promoting social inclusion on a global scale. This page provides a comprehensive list of websites dedicated to fostering social inclusion. These sites and organizations are more than just websites; they are virtual bridges connecting people of all backgrounds, abilities, and walks of life. Discover resources, communities, and initiatives that are breaking down barriers and paving the way for a more inclusive and compassionate world.
CASEL’s mission is to help make social and emotional learning (SEL) an integral part of education from preschool through high school.
Edutopia includes a collection of profiles and research on K-12 schools, districts, and programs that are dramatically improving the way students learn using social and emotional learning.
Paula Kluth’s Blog is dedicated to promoting inclusive schooling and exploring positive ways of supporting students with autism and other disabilities
Special Olympics Unified Schools is an initiative that focuses on social inclusion, bringing youth with and without intellectual disabilities together through sports and related activities, providing them with the knowledge, attitudes and skills necessary to create and sustain school communities where all young people are accepted and valued for their strengths.
Movies that Move
Film Clips and lessons ideas from current media that promote inclusion and critical thinking based on four themes: Different Abilities, Power of Words, Acceptance and Youth Leadership.
Instructional Video: Social Support: How to Facilitate Positive Interactions
An instructional video by Kids Included Together (KIT) on how to help children communicate in a positive, constructive manner.
Educate the Heart
Video by the Dalai Lama Center
Educating the Heart and Mind
Sir Ken Robinson speaks during the Dalai Lama Center’s Educating the Heart Series about the importance of an education that educates not just the mind, but also the heart.
Selling SEL: An Interview with Daniel Goleman
The author of Emotional Intelligence speaks on the value of social and emotional learning.