Different and the Same facilitator

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Oklahoma Center for Community and Justice

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Different and the Same is a child-focused initiative that helps students identify, talk about, and prevent prejudice. The centerpiece of the program is a series of six child-friendly videos developed by the company affiliated with the highly-regarded children’s program "Mister Rogers’ Neighborhood." The videos utilize a diverse group of puppets and live actors to teach lessons about differences, respect, and getting along with others. In addition, a workshop facilitator’s guide accompanies each set of videos.

Through the lessons, teachers and their students touch on themes ranging from stereotyping, speaking different languages, cross-cultural and interracial friendships, and standing up against prejudice. A trained facilitator guides the process, encouraging the class to share their own experiences and come up with creative solutions. These lessons stay with children for a lifetime, helping them develop into caring and compassionate citizens.

We provide an individually scheduled volunteer training, approximately one hour in length. It's best practice if the volunteer can shadow an experienced facilitator as well. We provide all necessary materials, and the teacher and/or other school faculty provides behavior management and technological support.

Volunteers will commit to facilitating six, 35 minute, weekly sessions in the classroom.

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WHEN

We'll work with your schedule.

WHERE

Tulsa Area Elementary SchoolsTulsa, OK 74103

(36.159286,-95.996475)
 

SKILLS

  • Mentoring
  • Teaching / Instruction
  • Child Development
  • Cross-cultural Communication
  • People Skills
  • Relationship Building

GOOD FOR

  • People 55+

REQUIREMENTS

  • Background Check
  • Must be at least 16
  • Orientation or Training
  • Volunteers will commit to facilitating 35 minute sessions in the classroom, generally scheduled once a week for six weeks.
  • -Enjoy working with children ages 6-10 -Feel comfortable talking about challenging issues around bullying and bias -Reliably arrive at the school on time -Conversational level English speaking and basic English literacy skills

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