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Author: Elizabeth A. SautterPublishing Info: Paperback 160 pages / October 2020Tags: emotional learning, mindfulness, Perspective Taking, Social behavior, social learning.
This book offers a “social learning diet” of concepts and actions that can be used in everyday life to increase verbal and nonverbal language, listening skills, understanding of hidden rules, perspective taking,executive functioning, and more. The activities are recipes for social and emotional learning for which parents, teachers, and therapists typically already have the ingredients.$35.95 Product Details »
Author: Dominque BaudryPublishing Info: Game / June 2012Tags: social learning, Social thinking, Social Thinking-Social Communication Profile.
The Should I or Shouldn’t I? What Would Others Think? ™ game encourages players to think about their own behavior choices and then compare how their perceptions match (or don’t) those of the other players. It revolves around the idea of perspective taking – being able to think about others, their thoughts, feelings, and behaviors, and how this interrelationship plays out in social situations. The game is based on the Social Thinking concepts and vocabulary introduced by Michelle Garcia Winner and outlined in her many books and articles on the topic.$37.95 Product Details »
Author: Anna Vagin, PhDPublishing Info: Paperback 92 pages / March 2015Tags: social learning, social media, teaching emotions.
Feelings are a crucial element of social relationships, yet students with social learning challenges (some with diagnoses such as Autism Spectrum, Social Communication Disorder or ADHD) frequently have limited understanding of emotions. Our goal for students with such challenges is for them to acquire social relationship skills that will improve their capacity for effective, fulfilling relationships with family members, people at their school or work, and members of their broader community.$32.95 Product Details »