Whole Selves I
Whole Selves I, the first course in the Whole Selves Program, provides students with the building blocks of self-determination, self-care, consent, boundaries, and safety around sexual relations.
Purchase of the course includes:
- Access to the full Whole Selves II curriculum including printable .pdf documents and worksheets, as well as PowerPoint presentations and presenter notes.
- Creation of one or many separate classes with teachers and students. Purchase one course with as many student spaces as you need, and each class can use a space.
- Pre- and Post-Assessment quizzes, as well as post-lesson quizzes, show student learning by individual student, by class, and by course through assessment reports.
Introduction: Setting the Tone
Welcome to Whole Selves: Setting the Tone! This unit is made up of four fun and engaging lessons that will serve as an introduction to the class. Here, your student(s) will preview...
Unit 1: I Matter
I Matter is the first main unit in the Whole Selves I curriculum. Students with intellectual and developmental disabilities, like all students, need guidance developing self-esteem...
Unit 2: Knowing Yourself
Throughout the Knowing Yourself unit, students will have an opportunity to further explore their personal interests, abilities, character, and feelings. This unit has compiled...
Unit 3: Self-Care
In the Self-Care unit of Whole Selves I, students learn to take care of their physical, mental, and emotional health. The unit begins by teaching self-care of the body where students....
Unit 4: Emotions
Welcome to Emotions. In this unit, students explore a wide range of emotions with a focus on happiness, anger, sadness and fear / anxiety. We want students to be able...
Unit 5: Self-Advocacy
Welcome to Self-Advocacy. In this unit, students learn to speak up for themselves. The meaning and importance of self-advocacy is taught first, before students learn specific steps that can help them . . .
Unit 6: Decision-Making
Welcome to Decision-Making. This unit helps students learn how to make healthy and safe decisions in their lives.
Unit 7: Public and Private
In this unit, students learn the difference between public and private places, activities, and topics and that their whole body is private.
Unit 8: Puberty
Welcome to Puberty. This comprehensive unit consists of 12 lessons that teach students about their bodies, feelings, and thoughts as they . . .