Social Skills for Students With Autism Spectrum Disorder Vol. I

P6047_Social_Skills_Elem1-231x300

Students can learn so much from each other! That’s why this week’s FREE tool is a table, “Cooperative Learning Strategies,” which lists a variety of cooperative learning activities through which students can develop their social skills. Activities such as “turn-to-your-neighbor” and “think-pair-share” allow students to directly interact with one another so they can practice social skills, teamwork, and group- and self-evaluation. The table comes from the CEC book, Social Skills for Students With Autism Spectrum Disorder Vol. I The books is the first in a two volume set that includes 100 detailed lesson plans for elementary and secondary social skill instruction.

Download your Tool of the Week!

 

Check Also

Making the Call

Making an emergency phone call and communicating the necessary information to the respondent can literally ...

Post Your Comment Here:

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *