Social Thinking, Social Learning & Becoming a Social Detective
Our social skills are not a set of memorized behaviors, instead they are the result of a social information gathering process. For students with diagnoses such as ASD and ADHD, who also have solid to high level language skills and solid to high level academic abilities, teaching them how to think socially is a critical step in helping them to figure out how to adapt their social responses based on the time, place and person(s).
This keynote will explore Social Thinking’s Social Competency Model to highlight four key elements necessary for improving one’s social learning and related social responses: attend, interpret, problem solve and respond. With this information as our backdrop, Social Thinking Vocabulary and related strategies will be taught to encourage younger students to become social detectives and older students to become social spies. By encouraging the growth of student’s social self-awareness, they also learn to improve social self-regulation. For example, learning to avoid blurting out information at home or at school. All information reviewed in this session can be used in inclusive settings. The Social Thinking Methodology has a large range of teaching frameworks and strategies for students of all ages, including adults. This keynote is intended as an introductory session.
The participant will explain the four-part process when teaching social competencies.
The participant will describe why we teach students to become aware of social expectations prior to having them learn to adapt their own behavior.
The participant will explain why telling a student to “stop blurting” likely won’t lead to generalized decreases in that behavior.
Target Audience: Zonal Directors, Cluster Superintendents, School Leaders, Heads of Department, Teacher Leaders, Instructional Coaches, Key Personnel, Teachers (K-12)
Benefits of Attending This Workshop:
Achieve desired practical learning outcomes
Have access to webinar resources
Enjoy live interaction with our presenter during the Q&A session
Have short limited access to post-webinar *video recording
Own an e-certificate of achievement
* All registered participants will be provided with the post-webinar workshop resources, including the video recording. Even if you could not attend the online session on the workshop day, you would still be able to review the recording at a later time!
Workshop Registration Details
Presenter: Dr Michelle Winner
Date & Time: 02 November 2022 (Wed), 8:30am to 10:45am SGT
Venue: Online via Zoom
Registration Closing: 07 October 2022
Session Fee (nett per pax):
First 2 participants: S$125.00
Next 2 participants: *S$110.00
Subsequent participants: *S$95.00
Early Bird: Register by 10 June 2022 (incl.) for additional 10% discount
*The discounted tier fee only applies to participants from the SAME organisation registering for the SAME session.
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Illumien Asia accepts one-to-one replacement for registered participants who are unable to attend for various reasons. For such cases, kindly inform Illumien Asia beforehand if possible so that our participants' records are up-to-date.
Withdrawal / No-Show
For any withdrawal or no-show, participants will be subjected to the following charges:
Withdrawal Notice Period - Penalty
More than 14 days - 50% of course fee
14 days or less - 100% of course fee
No-Show - 100% of course fee
Illumien Asia reserves the right to change or cancel the workshop due to unforeseen circumstances. In the event of a cancellation, all registrants will receive full refund.