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Learning Disabilities and Social Skills: Last One Picked
Learning Disabilities and Social Skills: Last One Picked
Children with learning disabilities often find themselves isolated from the valued world of friendship. Why is this? It is often because their behavior is misunderstood by peers and adults. Also, they may not pick up the social cues that other may naturally copy. This video explores these problems and explains that children who have social skill deficits generally manifest behaviors such as * being poor at independent activities * poor at judging the moods and attitudes of others * insensitive to general mood/atmosphere of a social setting, and *doing/saying inappropriate things. Richard Lavoie discusses these issues and provides a variety of proven recommendations for helping such children “fit in”. The view will learn about the "hidden curriculum" at school as well as a technique termed "social autopsy". This video is appropriate for parents to watch at home or for staff development sessions. While termed "parent version", it is also appropriate for teachers and contains additional material addressing social situations at home and on the playground. A Viewer’s Guide is included
 
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