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ADVENTURES!

ARTISTIC

Derek Cavilla • dcavilla1@knights.ucf.edu

July 23, 2010 • University of Central Florida

EEX 4070 • Dr. Rebecca Hines

where we had fun
WHERE WE HAD FUN!
  • UCP of Central
  • Florida has been
  • helping children
  • succeed for more
  • than 50 years.
  • • Gives children with special
  • needs the best
  • possible start in
  • life and equips
  • them with the
  • skills they need
  • to reach their
  • full potential.
our project overview
OUR PROJECT OVERVIEW:
  • Kids asked for
  • art projects or
  • talent shows.
  • Our camp
  • consisted of
  • five different
  • projects and
  • a party.
  • Camp help over
  • the course of
  • three weeks,
  • on Mondays &
  • Wednesdays
  • from 2:30pm
  • until 5:30pm.
participant demographics
PARTICIPANT DEMOGRAPHICS:
  • Participant’s
  • special needs
  • included:
  • cerebral palsy,
  • Down syndrome,
  • autism,
  • speech delays,
  • developmental
  • delays and
  • vision and
  • hearing
  • impairments.
  • Our fifteen
  • participants
  • ranged from
  • ages 8-16.
connections to eex4070
CONNECTIONS TO EEX4070:
  • Universal Design
  • for Learning
  • (UDL).
  • The benefits of
  • flexible options.
  • Behavioral
  • characteristics
  • of students with
  • disabilities.
  • Multiple modes
  • of sensory input
  • and output.
  • • Inclusion
civic engagement
CIVIC ENGAGEMENT:
  • Service-learning
  • is a great
  • example of civic
  • engagement.
  • A useful tool
  • for students as
  • well as teachers.
  • As teachers, it is
  • important that we
  • understand the
  • world around us,
  • contribute in a
  • positive way and
  • try to make a
  • difference in the
  • lives of others.
closing thoughts
CLOSING THOUGHTS:

“We all

should know

that diversity makes for a

rich tapestry, and we must understand

that all the threads of

the tapestry

are equal

in value

no matter

what their

color.”

Maya Angelou