Changing Perspectives offers content and consultation to support social-emotional learning and disability awareness.
We are committed to building and supporting environments that are more open to and supportive of all kids who are different.
Changing Perspectives offers:
Curriculum for preK through high school students.
Consulting services to support communities in navigating issues related to equity and social-emotional learning.
Professional development in a range of topics.
Our work is built on collaboration and partnerships. We partner with related organizations and strive to build a more accepting world.
Looking for free at home social-emotional learning resources to support students? Changing Perspectives offers complimentary resources for parents to support social-emotional growth and development while at home. Click Here to access.
Changing Perspectives offers curriculum resources
to support social-emotional learning.
Curriculum Resources Portal
The Educator Portal is an online platform that allows users to access an array of customizable curricular resources, parent resources, educator implementation guides, and more.
All School Consultations are available on-site and virtually.
Educators & Paraeducators
To support school leaders we offer individual and small group coaching and school wide audits to facilitate high level systemic change.
Changing Perspectives works directly with students through in person or virtual workshops and assembly style presentations. Content focuses around the themes of kindness, empathy and inclusion.
Curriculum Resources are made available through our customizable Educator Portal. This online platform allows users to access an array of curricular resources, parent resources, educator implementation guides, and more.
Our PreK Empathy & Kindness curriculum is an activity-based program that gives educators tools and resources to implement activities and lessons that align with social-emotional goals for early learning.
Social-emotional learning is a key foundation to promote empathy, diversity and disability awareness. The elementary years is a formative time to create the framework for ongoing SEL growth.
To ensure today’s students can become tomorrow’s inclusive leaders, we must provide them with meaningful experiences to learn about disabilities in safe and respectful ways that promote empathy and connection.
To prepare teens to become inclusive leaders, we must provide them with meaningful experiences to learn about differences and promote empathy and connection.
Talking about disability and other differences between us can be difficult. However awareness of differences is the foundation to empathy. These communications help support our diverse communities and social-emotional learning. While difficult, these conversations are...
Diversity is a common phrase in our world these days. We want inclusion for all regardless of national origin, religion, socioeconomic status, sexual orientation, and more. There is one area of diversity, however, that often gets overlooked -- disability. And...