PBS-Social Emotional Teaching Strategies 4.17.21
PLEASE NOTE: THIS IS AN ONLINE TRAINING
Meeting ID: 821 2910 8033
There are many skills that must be mastered before a child is ready to learn how to read or write. In fact, studies show that the most important skills to learn are social emotional skills. Yet many children with and without disabilities often lack key social skills that are necessary for success in preschool and later in life. This training uses the Pyramid Model for Supporting Social Emotional Competence framework, providing strategies to teach foundational skills to all children so they can learn. It also provides suggestions for targeted social emotional supports to teach children who need additional support.
- 2.4.1.b - Models appropriate social interactions.
- 2.4.2.b - Helps children and youth communicate and get along with others in a safe and inclusive environment.
- 2.4.2.c - Adapts activities and interactions to support social and emotional development.
- 2.4.3.a - Incorporates activities promoting social and emotional development across curricular areas.
- Learning Environment and Curriculum
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