Magic Lantern Media

Education, Independence, and Inclusion

This item is included in the following series/curriculum: Human Nature  

  • Grade Level: Primary (1-3)-Upper Elementary (4-6)
  • Subjects: Social Studies, Guidance, Communities and Families
  • Produced By: Sabbatical Entertainment
  • Year: 2017
  • Country: United States
  • Language: English
  • Running Time: 25m
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Our first guest, Quim the Quetzal, comes from Chichicastenango, Guatemala to talk to us about education, which is the way we teach, learn and transmit knowledge, our culture, values, customs and our way of being. It is something very important for our development and growth, and goes beyond the knowledge of the school because we show education when we speak and express ourselves, because it is present in what we do, in our feelings and in our attitudes.

We will continue with Caressa the Cat, who is an expert in independence. She will explain its meaning to us, which is to act and make decisions in a simple, simple and free way. It is to have the ability to fend for ourselves and do something without the help of anyone else. Together with her we will know some examples of how to show independence.

Finally, we will be accompanied by Shania the Sheep, who will talk to us about inclusion, which is to accept in a positive way that we are all different and we can learn from others regardless of their condition, origin, race, religion or gender. Being different from others does not have to be a problem, on the contrary, being different makes us unique.

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