DIY at the Edges: Disrupting Behaviorism in the Classroom

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Ending Dehumanizing Practices



6+ hours.

Created by Stimpunks for Conference to Restore Humanity! 2022.

July 2022

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This track is hosted by Stimpunks. Stimpunks combine "stimming" with "punks" to advocate for neurodiversity and push back against systems that restrict our humanity and harm our unique identities.

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Hosted by Kristina Daniele, Ryan Boren, Inna Boren & Chelsea Adams of Stimpunks. Behaviorism is everywhere. The All Means All of public education is made meaningless by the bipartisanship of behaviorism. The neurodiversity and disability rights movements well-understand the ubiquity of behaviorism, and its tremendous costs.

This course fights against behaviorist practices in the classroom.

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These lessons are designed for teacher professional development. However, they could easily be converted and used for classroom use, especially in the humanities.

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This entire course has been adapted and modified on the Stimpunk's website. Please use this link to access all of their resources.

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