According to research by Labor and Industry, a lack of social skills is the major reason people are fired from jobs. Though most educators agree and understand the significance of this area, the educational field has not provided adequate training or preparation for the majority of its employees. This class will allow you the opportunity to gain valuable strategies in teaching social skills and self-esteem. Many methods presented can be utilized immediately in a school without sacrificing valuable content time. In addition, specific curriculums will be examined and explored for use within a school. This information will prove valuable to all educators.
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Once you register, log onto the instructorʼs website at www.michaelsedler.com. Click on Classes, then scroll down and click on Social Skills: A Foundation for Learning manual. The manual will download as a PDF file to your computer.
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