What Does It Mean To Be Human?
The Motivator Map "What Does It Mean to be Human?" emulates the discussion that can be generated by the National Museum of Natural History "Human Origins" Hall. Provided in the Map and full cluster are guides to help with approaching this sensitive topic at a very young age as well as for secondary students. Provided is a Map with K-12 Objectives, K-5 and 6-12 Programming suggestions, detailed Keys to Teaching, potential discussion models and an "Interpersonal insights from interpersonal feedback guide with sample questions. This is an excellent resource for Socio-Emotional Learning.
"Not so Different: What You Want to Ask About Having a Disability"
By Shane Burcaw and Matt Carr
Grade Ranges: K-12 Adaptable
Motivator Map for Educators
Assistance Links – Read Aloud Book Available
Deeper Learning Resources: Classy, Complex Characters,
Story Study ppt and documents; Digital Story Study Notebook
Cross Curricular: Reading; Paleo-Anthropology Science; ELA
Cultural Bridge: SEL
ECRCME Support Available: Activity Resource Box for Program Building Consult
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