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Students are normally expected to figure out what they should be doing and, often, how they should do it. Social problem solving requires making educated guesses, or smart guesses, about what to do. In this webinar, join Social Thinking founder Michelle Garcia Winner for strategies to help people navigate social situations by making smart guesses. Encourage individuals who tend to be black-and-white thinkers to engage in gray-area thinking, stay calm, problem solve, and meet their social goals.
After watching this webinar, infuse your teaching with the concept over the next month to help your students understand it deeply and meaningfully (avoid memorization). Then, tune in to the next webinar to learn how to build on this concept with best practices for teaching flexible and stuck thinking!
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The 10 Concepts Webinar Series
This webinar is part of a series that shares best practices for teaching 10 core Social Thinking concepts over 10 months. Strengthen your students’ social-emotional learning by infusing your teaching with an additional concept each month over the course of the school year. We recommend learning about (and teaching) the concepts in order as they build on one another! If a date below has already passed, the webinar recording is available here for you to watch!
- Aug. 29, 2018: Thoughts & Feelings
- Sept. 18, 2018: Thinking with Your Eyes
- Oct. 10, 2018: The Group Plan
- Nov. 12, 2018: Is Your Body in the Group?
- Dec. 11, 2018: Whole Body Listening
- Jan. 23, 2019: Expected & Unexpected Behavior
- Feb. 7, 2019: Smart Guess
- Mar. 13, 2019: Flexible & Stuck Thinking
- Apr. 10, 2019: Size of the Problem
- May 7, 2019: Sharing an Imagination
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