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Inclusion – Making Connections. www.inclusionproject.org / inclusionproject @ includingkids @hallteam5. Inclusion begins with You. Give me six hours to chop down a tree, and I will spend the first four sharpening the axe. - Abraham Lincoln -. your philosophy. your results. your attitude.

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Inclusion – Making Connections

www.inclusionproject.org

[email protected]@hallteam5


Inclusion begins with You


Give me six hours to chop down a tree, and I will spend the first four sharpening the axe.- Abraham Lincoln -


your philosophy

your results

your attitude

create

create

your actions

your belief


Inclusion…


Believe!

  • Every child can make a friend.

  • Every child can participate.

  • Every child can be successful.


Believe? Check!

What’s Next?


Prepare!

  • People are people first.

  • Be purposeful with your words.

  • Mistakes are ok as long as you learn from them.


Everyone can Participate

Everyone can Belong

People are people first.

Be purposeful with words

Learn from mistakes.

your philosophy

your results

your attitude

create

create

your actions

your belief

Every kid can make a friend.

Every kid can participate.

Every kid can be successful.


Ok…So why are connections so important?


Seed Planting


How?

  • Be intentional.

  • Know your kids: Personalities, Love Languages, Likes & Dislikes, Triggers

  • Emphasize similarities.

  • Be open to questions: “What do you mean?”

  • Take away the mystery.

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How?

  • Be intentional.

  • Know your kids: Personalities, Love Languages, Likes & Dislikes, Triggers

  • Emphasize similarities.

  • Be open to questions: “What do you mean?”

  • Take away the mystery.

  • Aid and fade!

  • Celebrate Connection!


A Few Practical Tips

  • Connections

    • Emphasize Similarities

    • Answer Questions

    • Aid & Fade

  • Activities

    • Keep Kids Engaged

    • Dang! Oh Cool!

  • Families

    • Give them the benefit of the doubt

    • Help them be part of the solution


We live in a world in which we need to share responsibility. It's easy to say "It's not my child, not my community, not my world, not my problem." Then there are those who see the need and respond. I consider those people my heroes.- Fred Rogers


Thank You!!!


Stay in Touch!

[email protected]

www.facebook.com/bigthinking

@hallteam5

www.inclusionproject.org

www.facebook.com/inclusionproject

@includingkids

www.youtube.com/inclusionproject


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