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Activities & Lessons
Ending Dehumanizing Practices
Created by Stimpunks for Conference to Restore Humanity! 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.
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.
These lessons are designed for teacher professional development. However, they could easily be converted and used for classroom use, especially in the humanities.
This entire course has been adapted and modified on the Stimpunk's website. Please use this link to access all of their resources.