DA Landing - Changing Perspectives

Create Equitable, Empathetic, and Inclusive Learning Environments

with our grade-level, standards-aligned disability awareness curriculum resources for PK-12 students

Discover the Power of Tailored Learning

Available through our online Educator Portal, our flexible curriculum is not a one-size-fits-all approach. Instead, it empowers educators to thoughtfully assemble content from an extensive range of resources tailored to help students gain knowledge and understanding about disabilities. With an annual subscription to the Educator Portal, educators gain access to a standards-aligned disability awareness curriculum designed to meet the diverse needs of students across all grade levels.

Our Curriculum

Each subscription to the Changing Perspectives Educator Portal grants full access to all content across every grade level, providing a wide range of instructional materials and resources to support all levels of instruction.

Elementary

  • 180+ Plans (25-45 minute duration)
  • 170+ Book Discussions
  • 90+ Video Discussions
  • Family Resources
  • Educator Resources

Middle School

  • 80+ Lesson Plans (25-45 minute duration)
  • 50+ Book Discussions
  • 60+ Video Discussions
  • Family Resources
  • Educator Resources

High School

  • 40+ Lessons (30 minute duration)
  • 50+ Book Recommendations
  • 10+ Call To Action Project Ideas & Resources
  • 10+Activities to Spark Discussion (15 minute duration)
  • Educator Resources

Curriculum Benefits

The Changing Perspectives Educator Portal provides educators with the flexibility and autonomy they need to address their students’ specific needs. Educators can access our curriculum resources anywhere, anytime, using our easy-to-navigate online portal.

Easy-to-Navigate
Online Portal

Our user-friendly online portal offers educators seamless access to curriculum resources from anywhere. Whether in the classroom, at home, or on the go, educators can effortlessly curate content that aligns with their teaching approach, ensuring that they can cater to their students’ needs. Access a wide range of curricular resources, family support materials, implementation guides, and more.

Standards-Aligned Curriculum

Our content is meticulously crafted to align with Common Core Standards and is organized within the eight specific disability categories to parallel with IDEA. Our commitment to adhering to these standards reflects our dedication to providing high-quality, impactful educational resources that promote disability awareness in students.

Expert-Crafted
Content

Our curriculum is thoughtfully curated by experts. We offer a wide range of lesson plans, reading materials, video resources, discussion prompts, and assessments to provide educators with the necessary resources for effective teaching across various age groups and subjects. Our team of professionals continually refine and tailor the content to remain at the forefront of educational best practices.

Easy-to-Navigate
Online Portal

Our user-friendly online portal offers educators seamless access to curriculum resources from anywhere. Whether in the classroom, at home, or on the go, educators can effortlessly curate content that aligns with their teaching approach, ensuring that they can cater to their students’ needs. Access a wide range of curricular resources, family support materials, implementation guides, and more.

Standards-Aligned Curriculum

Our content is meticulously crafted to align with Common Core Standards and is organized within the eight specific disability categories to parallel with IDEA. Our commitment to adhering to these standards reflects our dedication to providing high-quality, impactful educational resources that promote disability awareness in students.

Expert-Crafted
Content

Our curriculum is thoughtfully curated by experts. We offer a wide range of lesson plans, reading materials, video resources, discussion prompts, and assessments to provide educators with the necessary resources for effective teaching across various age groups and subjects. Our team of professionals continually refine and tailor the content to remain at the forefront of educational best practices.

Flexible for Diverse Teaching Styles

Designed for educators by educators, our customizable curriculum contains a pre-curated library of learning resources that provide educators with the flexibility and autonomy they need to address the specific needs of their students. Whether you prefer a project-based learning environment or small group activities, our content can be tailored to suit your instructional preferences.



Student-Centered
Learning

By allowing the curriculum to be assembled based on student needs, we empower educators to create a truly student-centered learning experience. This approach not only meets students where they are but also nurtures their social and emotional development. As a result, students are more engaged, motivated, and empowered to succeed in and out of the classroom.



Flexible for Diverse Teaching Styles

Designed for educators by educators, our customizable curriculum contains a pre-curated library of learning resources that provide educators with the flexibility and autonomy they need to address the specific needs of their students. Whether you prefer a project-based learning environment or small group activities, our content can be tailored to suit your instructional preferences.



Student-Centered
Learning

By allowing the curriculum to be assembled based on student needs, we empower educators to create a truly student-centered learning experience. This approach not only meets students where they are but also nurtures their social and emotional development. As a result, students are more engaged, motivated, and empowered to succeed in and out of the classroom.



Educator Portal Features

The Changing Perspectives Educator Portal provides educators with the flexibility and autonomy they need to address their students’ specific needs. Educators can access our curriculum resources anywhere, anytime, using our easy-to-navigate online portal.

Search Feature

Conduct thorough searches of the entire library using keywords to save time and quickly find the resources you need to support your students.



Planners

Generate an unlimited number of planners effortlessly using the intuitive drag-and-drop functionality. You can easily share planners and their contents with anyone, even if they do not have an active subscription.

Gradebooks

Unlimited gradebooks are accessible to monitor and analyze the progress of students. Gradebooks provide an array of diverse grading scales and customization options for teacher formative assessment of students.

Changing Perspectives is a nonprofit organization that partners with schools and school districts across the country to promote social-emotional learning and cultivate inclusive and equitable learning communities for all students.

Ready to Get Started?

 

Join 19,000+ educators worldwide to elevate your teaching and enrich your students’ learning journey!

With low-cost, up-front pricing, you can have the peace of mind that there are no hidden costs or additional fees. You never have to worry about unexpected expenses or extra charges to access the features you need.

INDIVIDUAL
EDUCATOR

$140.00/annually


  • One-time fee for 365 days of full access to current and new resources for all grade levels
  • Immediate access to all units, lesson plans, and resources
  • Subscription does not automatically renew (you will receive a notification before your subscription expires)
  • Year-round technical support

EDUCATOR
TEAMS

Cost Based on Volume


  • 2-5 Subscriptions: $135.00 each
  • 6-14 Subscriptions: $130.00 each
  • 15-25 Subscriptions: $125.00 each
  • 26+ Subscriptions: $120.00 each

Everything Under Individual

INDIVIDUAL
EDUCATOR

$140.00/annually


  • One-time fee for 365 days of full access to current and new resources for all grade levels
  • Immediate access to all units, lesson plans, and resources
  • Subscription does not automatically renew (you will receive a notification before your subscription expires)
  • Year-round technical support

EDUCATOR
TEAMS

Cost Based on Volume


  • 2-5 Subscriptions: $135.00 each
  • 6-14 Subscriptions: $130.00 each
  • 15-25 Subscriptions: $125.00 each
  • 26+ Subscriptions: $120.00 each

Everything Under Individual

What Educators Are Saying

“I like that I can develop weeks’ worth of content in advance. My goal has been to create a stronger curriculum to be used over time, and I have found that the planner supports me with that. I also love that I can share it with my coworkers as well and create lessons to share with teachers.”
— School Administration, Massachusetts
“I like that I can develop weeks’ worth of content in advance. My goal has been to create a stronger curriculum to be used over time, and I have found that the planner supports me with that. I also love that I can share it with my coworkers as well and create lessons to share with teachers.”
DA Five
— School Administration, Massachusetts
“The program has been easy to integrate into my class, and the cost was a huge factor as other programs were extremely expensive.”
— School Counselor, Virginia
“The program has been easy to integrate into my class, and the cost was a huge factor as other programs were extremely expensive.”
DA Seven
— School Counselor, Virginia
“I used the Changing Perspectives curriculum to help educate students engaging in disability-targeted harassment. The curriculum helped students recognize the impact of their words and the historical oppression marginalized populations have fought and continue to fight against.”
— School Counselor, Vermont
“I used the Changing Perspectives curriculum to help educate students engaging in disability-targeted harassment. The curriculum helped students recognize the impact of their words and the historical oppression marginalized populations have fought and continue to fight against.”
DA Four
— School Counselor, Vermont
“Changing Perspectives has increased my awareness of how social skills and empathy have to be modeled and taught. I offer read-alouds and mini-lessons that guide students to be more aware of the students around them, in particular, those with hidden or invisible disabilities.”
— Teacher, Vermont
“Changing Perspectives has increased my awareness of how social skills and empathy have to be modeled and taught. I offer read-alouds and mini-lessons that guide students to be more aware of the students around them, in particular, those with hidden or invisible disabilities.”
DA Nine
— Teacher, Vermont
“I work as an instructional facilitator with teachers, and they have all shared at one point or another that this curriculum was needed and provided the mink ‘link’ to ‘bridge’ difficult topics that students may have been hesitant to discuss.”
— Instructional Facilitator, Arkansas
“I work as an instructional facilitator with teachers, and they have all shared at one point or another that this curriculum was needed and provided the mink ‘link’ to ‘bridge’ difficult topics that students may have been hesitant to discuss.”
DA Three
— Instructional Facilitator, Arkansas
“I love the premade lessons and how they can be used in a variety of settings. They are easy to access and it cuts down on my planning time so I can be more present for students while they are learning about these topics.”
— Teacher, New Hampshire
“I love the premade lessons and how they can be used in a variety of settings. They are easy to access and it cuts down on my planning time so I can be more present for students while they are learning about these topics.”
DA Two
— Teacher, New Hampshire
“As a special educator, I spend quite a bit of time talking with students about how to manage and talk about their disabilities. This curriculum has better supported my conversations with staff members in my role.”
— Interventionist, California
“As a special educator, I spend quite a bit of time talking with students about how to manage and talk about their disabilities. This curriculum has better supported my conversations with staff members in my role.”
DA Six
— Interventionist, California
“I have found different ways for students to understand their disability and also become more empathetic towards others.”
— Teacher, Pennsylvania
“I have found different ways for students to understand their disability and also become more empathetic towards others.”
DA One
— Teacher, Pennsylvania
“Changing Perspectives has increased my awareness of how social skills and empathy have to be modeled and taught. I offer read-alouds and mini-lessons that guide students to be more aware of the students around them, in particular, those with hidden or invisible disabilities.”
— Teacher, Vermont
“Changing Perspectives has increased my awareness of how social skills and empathy have to be modeled and taught. I offer read-alouds and mini-lessons that guide students to be more aware of the students around them, in particular, those with hidden or invisible disabilities.”
DA Nine
— Teacher, Vermont
“The program has been easy to integrate into my class, and the cost was a huge factor as other programs were extremely expensive.”
— School Counselor, Virginia
“The program has been easy to integrate into my class, and the cost was a huge factor as other programs were extremely expensive.”
DA Seven
— School Counselor, Virginia
“As a special educator, I spend quite a bit of time talking with students about how to manage and talk about their disabilities. This curriculum has better supported my conversations with staff members in my role.”
— Interventionist, California
“As a special educator, I spend quite a bit of time talking with students about how to manage and talk about their disabilities. This curriculum has better supported my conversations with staff members in my role.”
DA Six
— Interventionist, California
“I like that I can develop weeks’ worth of content in advance. My goal has been to create a stronger curriculum to be used over time, and I have found that the planner supports me with that. I also love that I can share it with my coworkers as well and create lessons to share with teachers.”
— School Administration, Massachusetts
“I like that I can develop weeks’ worth of content in advance. My goal has been to create a stronger curriculum to be used over time, and I have found that the planner supports me with that. I also love that I can share it with my coworkers as well and create lessons to share with teachers.”
DA Five
— School Administration, Massachusetts
“I used the Changing Perspectives curriculum to help educate students engaging in disability-targeted harassment. The curriculum helped students recognize the impact of their words and the historical oppression marginalized populations have fought and continue to fight against.”
— School Counselor, Vermont
“I used the Changing Perspectives curriculum to help educate students engaging in disability-targeted harassment. The curriculum helped students recognize the impact of their words and the historical oppression marginalized populations have fought and continue to fight against.”
DA Four
— School Counselor, Vermont
“Changing Perspectives has increased my awareness of how social skills and empathy have to be modeled and taught. I offer read-alouds and mini-lessons that guide students to be more aware of the students around them, in particular, those with hidden or invisible disabilities.”
— Teacher, Vermont
“Changing Perspectives has increased my awareness of how social skills and empathy have to be modeled and taught. I offer read-alouds and mini-lessons that guide students to be more aware of the students around them, in particular, those with hidden or invisible disabilities.”
DA Nine
— Teacher, Vermont
“The program has been easy to integrate into my class, and the cost was a huge factor as other programs were extremely expensive.”
— School Counselor, Virginia
“The program has been easy to integrate into my class, and the cost was a huge factor as other programs were extremely expensive.”
DA Seven
— School Counselor, Virginia
“As a special educator, I spend quite a bit of time talking with students about how to manage and talk about their disabilities. This curriculum has better supported my conversations with staff members in my role.”
— Interventionist, California
“As a special educator, I spend quite a bit of time talking with students about how to manage and talk about their disabilities. This curriculum has better supported my conversations with staff members in my role.”
DA Six
— Interventionist, California
“I like that I can develop weeks’ worth of content in advance. My goal has been to create a stronger curriculum to be used over time, and I have found that the planner supports me with that. I also love that I can share it with my coworkers as well and create lessons to share with teachers.”
— School Administration, Massachusetts
“I like that I can develop weeks’ worth of content in advance. My goal has been to create a stronger curriculum to be used over time, and I have found that the planner supports me with that. I also love that I can share it with my coworkers as well and create lessons to share with teachers.”
DA Five
— School Administration, Massachusetts
“I used the Changing Perspectives curriculum to help educate students engaging in disability-targeted harassment. The curriculum helped students recognize the impact of their words and the historical oppression marginalized populations have fought and continue to fight against.”
— School Counselor, Vermont
“I used the Changing Perspectives curriculum to help educate students engaging in disability-targeted harassment. The curriculum helped students recognize the impact of their words and the historical oppression marginalized populations have fought and continue to fight against.”
DA Four
— School Counselor, Vermont
“I work as an instructional facilitator with teachers, and they have all shared at one point or another that this curriculum was needed and provided the mink ‘link’ to ‘bridge’ difficult topics that students may have been hesitant to discuss.”
— Instructional Facilitator, Arkansas
“I work as an instructional facilitator with teachers, and they have all shared at one point or another that this curriculum was needed and provided the mink ‘link’ to ‘bridge’ difficult topics that students may have been hesitant to discuss.”
DA Three
— Instructional Facilitator, Arkansas
“I love the premade lessons and how they can be used in a variety of settings. They are easy to access and it cuts down on my planning time so I can be more present for students while they are learning about these topics.”
— Teacher, New Hampshire
“I love the premade lessons and how they can be used in a variety of settings. They are easy to access and it cuts down on my planning time so I can be more present for students while they are learning about these topics.”
DA Two
— Teacher, New Hampshire
“I have found different ways for students to understand their disability and also become more empathetic towards others.”
— Teacher, Pennsylvania
“I have found different ways for students to understand their disability and also become more empathetic towards others.”
DA One
— Teacher, Pennsylvania
“Changing Perspectives has increased my awareness of how social skills and empathy have to be modeled and taught. I offer read-alouds and mini-lessons that guide students to be more aware of the students around them, in particular, those with hidden or invisible disabilities.”
— Teacher, Vermont
“Changing Perspectives has increased my awareness of how social skills and empathy have to be modeled and taught. I offer read-alouds and mini-lessons that guide students to be more aware of the students around them, in particular, those with hidden or invisible disabilities.”
DA Nine
— Teacher, Vermont
“The program has been easy to integrate into my class, and the cost was a huge factor as other programs were extremely expensive.”
— School Counselor, Virginia
“The program has been easy to integrate into my class, and the cost was a huge factor as other programs were extremely expensive.”
DA Seven
— School Counselor, Virginia
“As a special educator, I spend quite a bit of time talking with students about how to manage and talk about their disabilities. This curriculum has better supported my conversations with staff members in my role.”
— Interventionist, California
“As a special educator, I spend quite a bit of time talking with students about how to manage and talk about their disabilities. This curriculum has better supported my conversations with staff members in my role.”
DA Six
— Interventionist, California
“I like that I can develop weeks’ worth of content in advance. My goal has been to create a stronger curriculum to be used over time, and I have found that the planner supports me with that. I also love that I can share it with my coworkers as well and create lessons to share with teachers.”
— School Administration, Massachusetts
“I like that I can develop weeks’ worth of content in advance. My goal has been to create a stronger curriculum to be used over time, and I have found that the planner supports me with that. I also love that I can share it with my coworkers as well and create lessons to share with teachers.”
DA Five
— School Administration, Massachusetts
“I used the Changing Perspectives curriculum to help educate students engaging in disability-targeted harassment. The curriculum helped students recognize the impact of their words and the historical oppression marginalized populations have fought and continue to fight against.”
— School Counselor, Vermont
“I used the Changing Perspectives curriculum to help educate students engaging in disability-targeted harassment. The curriculum helped students recognize the impact of their words and the historical oppression marginalized populations have fought and continue to fight against.”
DA Four
— School Counselor, Vermont
“Changing Perspectives has increased my awareness of how social skills and empathy have to be modeled and taught. I offer read-alouds and mini-lessons that guide students to be more aware of the students around them, in particular, those with hidden or invisible disabilities.”
— Teacher, Vermont
“Changing Perspectives has increased my awareness of how social skills and empathy have to be modeled and taught. I offer read-alouds and mini-lessons that guide students to be more aware of the students around them, in particular, those with hidden or invisible disabilities.”
DA Nine
— Teacher, Vermont
“The program has been easy to integrate into my class, and the cost was a huge factor as other programs were extremely expensive.”
— School Counselor, Virginia
“The program has been easy to integrate into my class, and the cost was a huge factor as other programs were extremely expensive.”
DA Seven
— School Counselor, Virginia
“As a special educator, I spend quite a bit of time talking with students about how to manage and talk about their disabilities. This curriculum has better supported my conversations with staff members in my role.”
— Interventionist, California
“As a special educator, I spend quite a bit of time talking with students about how to manage and talk about their disabilities. This curriculum has better supported my conversations with staff members in my role.”
DA Six
— Interventionist, California
“I like that I can develop weeks’ worth of content in advance. My goal has been to create a stronger curriculum to be used over time, and I have found that the planner supports me with that. I also love that I can share it with my coworkers as well and create lessons to share with teachers.”
— School Administration, Massachusetts
“I like that I can develop weeks’ worth of content in advance. My goal has been to create a stronger curriculum to be used over time, and I have found that the planner supports me with that. I also love that I can share it with my coworkers as well and create lessons to share with teachers.”
DA Five
— School Administration, Massachusetts
“I used the Changing Perspectives curriculum to help educate students engaging in disability-targeted harassment. The curriculum helped students recognize the impact of their words and the historical oppression marginalized populations have fought and continue to fight against.”
— School Counselor, Vermont
“I used the Changing Perspectives curriculum to help educate students engaging in disability-targeted harassment. The curriculum helped students recognize the impact of their words and the historical oppression marginalized populations have fought and continue to fight against.”
DA Four
— School Counselor, Vermont
“I work as an instructional facilitator with teachers, and they have all shared at one point or another that this curriculum was needed and provided the mink ‘link’ to ‘bridge’ difficult topics that students may have been hesitant to discuss.”
— Instructional Facilitator, Arkansas
“I work as an instructional facilitator with teachers, and they have all shared at one point or another that this curriculum was needed and provided the mink ‘link’ to ‘bridge’ difficult topics that students may have been hesitant to discuss.”
DA Three
— Instructional Facilitator, Arkansas
“I love the premade lessons and how they can be used in a variety of settings. They are easy to access and it cuts down on my planning time so I can be more present for students while they are learning about these topics.”
— Teacher, New Hampshire
“I love the premade lessons and how they can be used in a variety of settings. They are easy to access and it cuts down on my planning time so I can be more present for students while they are learning about these topics.”
DA Two
— Teacher, New Hampshire
“I have found different ways for students to understand their disability and also become more empathetic towards others.”
— Teacher, Pennsylvania
“I have found different ways for students to understand their disability and also become more empathetic towards others.”
DA One
— Teacher, Pennsylvania
“Changing Perspectives has increased my awareness of how social skills and empathy have to be modeled and taught. I offer read-alouds and mini-lessons that guide students to be more aware of the students around them, in particular, those with hidden or invisible disabilities.”
— Teacher, Vermont
“Changing Perspectives has increased my awareness of how social skills and empathy have to be modeled and taught. I offer read-alouds and mini-lessons that guide students to be more aware of the students around them, in particular, those with hidden or invisible disabilities.”
DA Nine
— Teacher, Vermont
“The program has been easy to integrate into my class, and the cost was a huge factor as other programs were extremely expensive.”
— School Counselor, Virginia
“The program has been easy to integrate into my class, and the cost was a huge factor as other programs were extremely expensive.”
DA Seven
— School Counselor, Virginia
“As a special educator, I spend quite a bit of time talking with students about how to manage and talk about their disabilities. This curriculum has better supported my conversations with staff members in my role.”
— Interventionist, California
“As a special educator, I spend quite a bit of time talking with students about how to manage and talk about their disabilities. This curriculum has better supported my conversations with staff members in my role.”
DA Six
— Interventionist, California
“I like that I can develop weeks’ worth of content in advance. My goal has been to create a stronger curriculum to be used over time, and I have found that the planner supports me with that. I also love that I can share it with my coworkers as well and create lessons to share with teachers.”
— School Administration, Massachusetts
“I like that I can develop weeks’ worth of content in advance. My goal has been to create a stronger curriculum to be used over time, and I have found that the planner supports me with that. I also love that I can share it with my coworkers as well and create lessons to share with teachers.”
DA Five
— School Administration, Massachusetts
“I used the Changing Perspectives curriculum to help educate students engaging in disability-targeted harassment. The curriculum helped students recognize the impact of their words and the historical oppression marginalized populations have fought and continue to fight against.”
— School Counselor, Vermont
“I used the Changing Perspectives curriculum to help educate students engaging in disability-targeted harassment. The curriculum helped students recognize the impact of their words and the historical oppression marginalized populations have fought and continue to fight against.”
DA Four
— School Counselor, Vermont

Frequently Asked Questions

How do I access the curriculum?
After completing the subscription process, monitor your inbox for an email from the sender “Changing Perspectives Educator Portal.” This email will include the access link to our Educator Portal. When you receive the email, click on the link provided to create a password for your account. Remember to bookmark the Educator Portal page for quick access in the future. You can also always log into your Educator Portal account by visiting our website and clicking the Educator Portal Login button on the top right of the page. 
What does the curriculum include?
When you subscribe to the Changing Perspectives Educator Portal, you get 365 days of access to our complete PreK-High School curriculum library for social-emotional learning and disability awareness. This includes hundreds of lessons, book discussions, video discussions, assessments, family resources, educator implementation guides, and more.
Do students need individual accounts?
No, students do not need individual accounts. Our portal does not have a student log-in component. The Changing Perspectives Educator Portal is designed for educator use only.
How long is my subscription valid for?
Your subscription is valid for 365 days from the day you subscribe.
How frequently is the curriculum updated?
Changing Perspectives collaborates with a variety of educators and experts to develop new content and resources annually, with new content being added in early August.

 

Does Changing Perspectives offer ongoing support?
Changing Perspectives offers hourly virtual coaching as well as half or full-day professional development workshops. Please contact us for more information on programs and pricing.

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Changing Perspectives

P.O. Box 710
Montpelier, VT 05601
P.O. Box 340664
Sacramento, CA 95834