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AmazeWorks Middle School Lessons on Ability and Neurodiversity


July was Disability Pride Month, a month to honor and celebrate the achievements, history, and experiences of disability experiences. Even though July is over, it’s important to center stories about disability throughout the year. That’s why we’re sharing two lessons from the Ability and Neurodiversity module of our Middle School Curriculum: Confident Teens with Disabilities and Intersectionality and Disability. Share these video-based lessons including discussion questions, journal prompts, and follow-up activities to provide windows and mirrors for your middle schoolers.

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