Continuing from our last blog about different types of social learning groups, this blog is a breakdown of the first four half-hour sessions that will help you launch a new social learning group.

In this blog, we’ll dive into the what to do, why to do it and how to do...

What is Social Emotional Learning (SEL)?
 
It is a way in which children gain a better understanding of their emotions through explicit learning of strategies and intentional reflection. This, in turn, helps to massively improve their social skills as they become more...

We are delighted to share that Ilene Schwartz, BCBA-D has supported and endorsed our work!

In addition to being a published author, Dr. Ilene Schwartz is a professor in the Area of Special Education at the University of Washington and the Director of the Haring Center...

“This game is my idea!”

“I’m in charge!”

“You have to play it this way or you aren’t my friend.”

“No! We have to do it this way!”

Giving up control and letting others make choices is really hard, both for adults and kids. Not being the boss of a group can be very challengi...

“I only want to play basketball!”

“If you won’t play this game, I won’t play with you!”

“But I want our team to be called the Purple Pandas!”

“I want to be the red piece!”

“No, that idea is stupid!”

As a teacher, I used to hear these phrases all day long. It would drive me...

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