UPSTANDERZ Yes-Abilities Alliance

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UPSTANDERZ Yes-Abilities Alliance by Mind Map: UPSTANDERZ Yes-Abilities Alliance

1. Task 3: Replace bullying behavior and "disability" oriented models with positive ability behavioral models (ie. Yes-Abilities) (Recovery Strategies)

1.1. Allies assess the social and cultural factors effecting the cyberbullied/bullied students with disabilities.

1.2. Allies shape the norms and culture related to victims, perpetrators, and bystanders of disability cyberbullying/bullying.

1.3. Yes-Abilities allies evaluate various cyberbullying prevention programs and resources in different modalities and deem how they might be useful to the UPSTANDERZ Alliance model

1.3.1. Alliance Padlets

1.3.2. Alliance in-person and online meeting discussions and resource sharing through TodaysMeet

1.3.3. UPSTANDERZ Symbaloo

1.4. The Yes-Abilities Alliance will work in itself and with the audience to establish positive and safe technology use norms

1.4.1. Facebook

1.4.2. Twitter

1.4.3. Flickr

1.4.4. Texting

1.5. Diversity integrated within the curricula

2. UPSTANDERZ Alliance School Program Audience (Beneficiaries)

2.1. Parents

2.2. Teachers

2.3. Students

2.4. Administrators

2.5. Community Members

3. UPSTANDERZ Yes-Abilities Alliance Members (Allies)

3.1. Parents

3.2. Teachers

3.3. Students

3.4. Administrators

3.5. Neighbors, Community Members and Friends

4. Task 1: Defend the Bullied (Intervention Strategies)

4.1. Target Groups

4.1.1. Students being bullied based upon their perceived disabilities

4.1.2. Students being bullied based upon their actual disabilities

4.2. Observational Listening / Awareness of Warning Signs

4.3. Interviews and Surveys

4.3.1. SurveyMonkey

5. Task 2: Educate the Audience (Religious and Spiritual Bullying Prevention Strategies)

5.1. Allies design, maintain and operate an education plan that integrates UDL Guidelines

5.1.1. Mulltiple Means of Representation

5.1.2. Multiple Means of Expression

5.1.3. Multiple Means of Engagement

5.2. Allies educate the audience on how to recognize characteristics of cyberbullies and incidents of cyberbullying

5.3. Allies challenge the audience to analyze the roles and motivations of the victims, perpetrators, and bystanders.

5.4. Allies describe to the audience the current legal climate and implications in regards to cyberbullying/bullying.

5.5. The UPSTANDERZ Yes-Abilities Alliance makes its role, rights and responsibilities explicit to the audience. Additionally it educates the audience on their role, rights and responsibilities to the alliance and school, both ethically and morally.

5.6. Educate the audience on disabilities cyberbullying / bullying vernacular

5.6.1. Yes-Abilities Alliance Quizlet Vocabulary Set

6. Other UPSTANDERZAlliance Padlet Resources

7. Other UPSTANDERZ Symbaloo links