Developing Socially Savvy Students (Professional Development)
1:00 pm - 3:00 pm
LocationAll Belong Center for Inclusive Education
Developing Socially Savvy Students
Date/Time: Wednesday, January 19, 2022, 1 – 3 pm EST
Audience: All Staff
Facilitators: Katie Kiser
Format: Virtual and In Person
Navigating the social world is integral to the success of all students within an inclusive community. As a key piece of the neurodevelopmental framework and social and emotional learning, teaching social cognition helps students grow in their awareness and monitoring of social information and their ability to respond appropriately within various social settings.
In this workshop, participants will be given an introduction to Social Thinking®, a teaching methodology developed by Michelle Garcia Winner (www.socialthinking.com), and walk away with practical tools to use in helping students learn problem-solving skills, flexibility, perspective taking, self-regulation, and so much more!
Come explore the many tools, strategies, and curriculums of Social Thinking® such as teaching expected and unexpected behaviors, Zones of Regulation, social behavior mapping, Thinksheets, We thinkers, Social Detective, and Superflex.
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