Program Planning And Evaluation

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How can animal sanctuaries build more inclusive, accessible spaces and educational programming for folks with physical disabilities?
How can animal sanctuaries build more inclusive, accessible spaces and educational programming for folks with physical disabilities?
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This handy infographic covers six things sanctuaries can do to make their spaces more accessible for folks with physical disabilities.
This handy infographic covers six things sanctuaries can do to make their spaces more accessible for folks with physical disabilities.
This free downloadable lesson plan is the first part of a multi-part sanctuary education program for middle school-age children.
This free downloadable lesson plan is the first part of a multi-part sanctuary education program for middle school-age children.
Social and emotional learning (SEL), what it is, and how it can be helpful for animal sanctuary educators.
Social and emotional learning (SEL), what it is, and how it can be helpful for animal sanctuary educators.
This handy infographic provides four tips for communicating with youth about animal exploitation.
This handy infographic provides four tips for communicating with youth about animal exploitation.
This handy infographic provides seven steps to creating an effective education strategic plan for your animal sanctuary.
This handy infographic provides seven steps to creating an effective education strategic plan for your animal sanctuary.
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