Disability Equality in Education (DEE) is looking for skillful teachers who are willing to lend their time and creativity to our cause. DEE is funded by the Pennsylvania Developmental Disabilities Council to reduce the stigma in schools put on students with disabilities. One of the most effective ways for us to make an impact on schools is by making lesson plans for teachers to use that are created from a disability perspective. We create lesson plans for all different grades and subjects, so whatever you teach, we would appreciate your help. If you want to lend us a hand, we would be happy to teach you about the perspective we are hoping to bring into the classroom, and how your expertise can help.
For more information about DEE please explore our website.
You can take a look at our k-12 lesson plans on our site by creating an account.
By signing up on volunteermatch.org you are just telling us that you are interested in helping. We will reach out and explain how you can help in more detail. We appreciate your time, and hopefully we can work together to help reduce the stigma on students with disabilities.
No additional volunteer opportunities at this time.
About DISABILITY EQUALITY IN EDUCATION
112 North 8th Street, Suite 600, Philadelphia, PA 19107, US
We are Disability Equality in Education (DEE), supported by a grant from the Pennsylvania Developmental Disabilities Council. DEE began operations in July 2017. As a truly grassroots effort, all leadership of DEE are people with disabilities (both invisible and physical) and we rely on a network of volunteers who are people with disabilities and allies. DEE is affiliated with Disabled in Action (DIA). DIA is a civil rights organization committed to ending discrimination against people with disabilities. We embody the phrase "Nothing about us, without us" in the work we do with schools and colleges.
Dee is focused on creating a curriculum for K-12 schools that helps to reduce disability stigma in Pennsylvania. We have created a disability comprehensive curriculum lesson plan library on our website. This is a resource for teachers to explore disability in multiple contexts (history, math, science and social studies) in the classroom. Our lessons and associated resources are informed by the Social Model of Disability Our focus with education is to normalize the idea of disability with all students. These lesson plans are there for any teacher to use, and they are created by disability community members, teachers, or former teachers.
Education & Literacy
People with Disabilities
We'll work with your schedule.
This is a Virtual Opportunity, with no fixed address.
June 30, 2020
Literacy / Reading
Math / Science Instruction
Reading / Writing
Make as many lesson plans as you like on your own time.