Design a creative social learning program that's data driven and heart centered.
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You wholeheartedly believe all children can and deserve to have happy, healthy social connections.
Teaching social skills is more important than ever in today's fast paced, dynamic and nuanced social environments.
But it's exhausting and time consuming trying to piecemeal a social learning curriculum together for your students who all have differing strengths and needs.
Social Skills for 21st Century Kids was made to help you create your own highly engaging, evidence based, Social Skills Groups that will teach your students the skills that most serve them in today's world.
You know and love your students.
It's time to ditch the scripts and worksheets and make social learning fun for you and them!
Is this course for me?
Does seeing your students make meaningful social connections light you up? This course is perfect for enthusiastic educators such as:
Special Education Teachers
Speech & Language Pathologists
What will I learn?
How to teach Social Skills for generalization
How to think more creatively
How to incorporate evidence based strategies
How to write Social Goals
Stages of Socialization
Learn the stages and types of play, Social & Emotional Learning and Executive Functioning Skills.
Expanding Social Play
Learn different ways to expand the repertoire of reluctant social learners.
How to structure your group to get the most out of your time with your students.
Social Skills are Life Skills
What are the skills that are most necessary for the 21st century? Why is it so important that our students learn social skills?
We go over different types of assessments to determine which specific skills to teach our students.
Developing Social IEP Goals
Learn how to write social goals that are clear and practical for your students.
Using Evidence Based Strategies
Use researched backed strategies ensures that your students will receive the most effective intervention.
Keeping Student Interest
Make sure your students are learning in a way that they enjoy so they remember and generalize their skills.
Organize your activities so you can easily access them when needed.
Checking in with your students and other stakeholders. Assessing your group to determine if it's working.
Peer Mentors & Resources
Consider the use of peer mentors. Download 2 printable resources you can use in your group tomorrow.