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Conflict Resolution Classroom Guidance Lesson for School Counseling
This classroom guidance lesson addresses conflict resolution. Students discuss reasons why people might address conflict via social media rather than in person and then discuss pros/cons of doing so. Students are introduced to 6 simple steps to addressing conflict face-to-face and the practice demonstrating skills with
Social skills activities for kids. Teach students social skills and how to respond appropriately in social situations with this social skills board game. Topics include using a social filter, assessing if a behavior is expected or unexpected, and how to recover from a social mishap. This game can be used with a school counseling small group, individual, or the entire class! by charity
Basic Conversation Visuals and Scripts for Speech Therapy
Leveled visuals to target basic conversation skills for students with autism. Perfect for speech and language therapy sessions! Target social skills with this easy, print and go activity! From Speechy Musings.
Social Emotional Learning Task Cards | Digital & Print SEL Distance Learning
Use these social emotional learning task cards to bring forth discussion and learning about SEL skills. Skills target self-awareness, self-management, social awareness, relationships, and decision-making. Perfect for kids and teens for morning meeting, small groups, special education resource room, relationship building, and more. #socialemotionallearning #sel
Conversation Skills Small Group - NO PREP And Distance Learning Friendly
A 6-session, no prep group to help students learn conversation skills! Students will learn ways to start and maintain conversations, the importance of non verbal cues and how to give and receive compliments. Each session includes and objective, and activity, and pre and post activity discussion points. There is also a survey to use for data collection as well as two bonus activities! Session 1: Intro To Conversation Session 2: Starting A Conversation
Me First! Teach Social Skills Through Games
In counseling, you can teach social skills through games as a way to engage students, put them in charge of their learning, and cut down on prep time for lessons. Non-counseling games can be used flexibly to create learning opportunities perfect for school counseling.