Teaching Social Skills: Self-Control For Kids

teaching social skills(Written by Jessica Klein) Self-control refers to having power or control over one’s own actions. Children who do not make choices for their own behavior, but instead rely on other children, parents, teachers, or adults to make choices for them, do not learn self-control.

These children may follow others’ bad choices and not take responsibility for the consequences of their behavior. If students are taught self-control at an early age, then they will feel more confident about the choices that they do make. [Read more…]

Success at School with Valuable Social Skills

(Written by Jessica Klein, School Psychologist in NY) Success at school is evaluated not only by academic success at school but also success in the social realm. Currently, teachers at the elementary schools utilize the curriculum to assist students in learning valuable social skills that address a variety of different topics.

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