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Photojournalist Dan Habib rarely thought about inclusion before his son Samuel was born. Now he thinks about inclusion every day.
Habib's award-winning film Including Samuel documents his family's hopes and struggles as well as the experiences of four other individuals with disabilities and their families. Including Samuel-a highly personal, passionately photographed film-captures the cultural and systemic barriers to inclusion and features interviews with teachers, parents and disability rights experts.
This education kit contains:
Including Samuel licensed for educational, instructional and institutional use;
A ZIP file containing the Including Samuel Educational Guide authored by Habib, Mary Schuh, Ph.D., and Cheryl M. Jorgensen, Ph.D.
the license for instructional and institutional use
the rights for free (no admission fees) public screenings
The Download features extras including:
An inclusion discussion by subjects in the film
NHPTV Outlook: The Impact of Including Samuel
17 subtitled language translations: Arabic, Catalan, Chinese, Czech, Dutch, French, German, Greek, Hebrew, Hindi, Italian, Korean, Portuguese, Russian, Serbian, Spanish, Swedish
3-minute and 12-minute film trailers
PDF of Educational Guide:
Authored by Habib, Mary Schuh, Ph.D., and Cheryl Jorgensen, Ph.D. (both of the University of New Hampshire Institute on Disability), this guide features:
Introduction from the filmmaker
Discussion questions & viewing tips
Inclusion myths & realities
A teacher's view on inclusion
A synopsis of each major figure in the film
A primer on language around disability
Action ideas for you and your community
Self-assessment questions: Is inclusion happening in your community?
Director, Producer and Cinematographer Dan Habib
Edited by Rikk Desgres/Pinehurst Pictures & Sound
Music by John Kimbrough and Keith Jones
Produced in collaboration with the Institute on Disability at the University of New Hampshire