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Children's Social Competence : by Greene, Melissa L.; Hariton, Jo R.; Robins, Andrew L.;
CHILDREN'S SOCIAL COMPETENCE: THEORY AND INTERVENTION -- CHILDREN'S SOCIAL COMPETENCE: THEORY AND INTERVENTION -- LIBRARY OF CONGRESS CATALOGING-IN-PUBLICATION DATA -- CONTENTS -- PREFACE -- Chapter 1: INTRODUCTION -- Chapter 2: SOCIAL SKILLS: DEFINITIONS, CONCEPTUALIZATION AND CLASSIFICATION -- CLASSIFYING SOCIAL SKILLS AND SOCIAL SKILLS DEFICITS -- Chapter 3: SOCIAL SKILLS DEFICITS AMONG CLINICAL POPULATIONS -- AUTISM SPECTRUM DISORDERS -- ATTENTION DEFICIT HYPERACTIVITY DISORDER -- SOCIAL ANXIETY DISORDER -- Chapter 4: A STUDY OF CHILDREN REFERRED FOR OUTPATIENT SOCIAL SKILLS TRAINING -- PARTICIPANTS -- MEASURES -- PROCEDURE -- RESULTS -- DISCUSSION -- Chapter 5: SOCIAL SKILLS TRAINING: RESEARCH AND CLINICAL METHODS -- SOCIAL SKILLS TRAINING: DOES IT WORK? -- A SAMPLING OF SOCIAL SKILLS TRAINING PROGRAMS -- Chapter 6: THE WEILL CORNELL SOCIAL SKILLS TRAINING PROGRAM -- OVERVIEW OF OUR PROGRAM -- GROUP LEADERS -- REFERRAL, EVALUATION, AND GROUP PLACEMENT -- THEORETICAL ORIENTATION -- TRAINING METHODS -- GROUP FORMAT -- EXAMPLES OF INTERVENTIONS TO TARGET SPECIFIC SOCIAL SKILLS -- EMOTIONAL SKILLS -- Emotion Recognition -- Self-Esteem -- BEHAVIORAL SKILLS -- Communication Skills -- Play and Task Skills -- COGNITIVE SKILLS -- Effort Control -- Social Information Processing -- CONCLUSION -- REFERENCES -- INDEX.Description based on publisher supplied metadata and other sources.Electronic reproduction. Ann Arbor, Michigan : ProQuest Ebook Central, 2016. Available via World Wide Web. Access may be limited to ProQuest Ebook Central affiliated libraries.
Subjects: Electronic books.; Social skills in children;
On-line resources: CGCC online access;
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Your Childs Social and Emotional Well-Being : A Complete Guide for Parents and Those Who Help Them. by Dacey, John S.(DLC)1707905; Fiore, Lisa B.; Brion-Meisels, Steven.;
Title Page -- Table of Contents -- Acknowledgments -- About the Companion Website -- 1 All Children Need Social and Emotional Well-being -- Reciprocal Development and Sel -- A Brief History of the Sel Movement -- Parent-Teacher Alliances Need Support -- Using our Strategies to Teach Sel -- Part I: Self-awareness -- 2 Building Character -- Forming Character: Awareness and Openness -- Building Character: Transcultural Experience -- Building Character: Humility -- Building Character: Modeling -- Building Character: Courage -- Building Character: Clear Values -- Undesirable Character Traits -- 3 Practicing Mindfulness -- Activities that Foster Awareness -- Activities that Foster Accurate Decision-Making -- Part II: Self-management -- 4 Resiliency -- 5 Independent Thinking -- Activities that Foster Exploration -- Activities that Foster Multiple Perspectives -- Activities that Foster Conviction in One's Instincts -- 6 Self-regulating -- What Self-regulation Means -- Delay of Gratification -- Locus of Control -- Risk-Taking -- The Shapiro Model-Yielding -- Realistic Expectations -- Scaffolding -- Homework -- Fluency and Flexibility of Self-Control Strategies -- When to Withdraw Support -- Part III: Social Awareness -- 7 Competing and Cooperating -- Competition, Cooperation, and CASEL -- Activities that Foster Better Competition -- Activities that Foster Better Cooperation -- Activities that Foster Cooperation and Competition -- 8 Neither Being Bullied nor Being a Bully -- Activities that Promote Empathy -- Conflict Resolution and Negotiation -- Activities that Promote Positive Group Interaction -- Part IV: Relationship Skills -- 9 Building Successful Friendships -- Activities that Foster Compassion -- Activities that Foster Tolerance and Appreciation -- Activities that Foster Connectedness -- 10 Demonstrating Leadership.Activities that Promote Understanding of Power -- Activities that Promote Self-awareness -- Part V: Responsible Decision-making -- 11 Thinking Creatively -- Fluency -- Flexibility -- Originality -- Elaboration -- 12 Thinking Critically and Wisely -- Activities that Foster Recognition and Prediction -- Activities that Foster Discernment -- Activities that Promote Ethical Reflection -- Part VI: Achieving Your Goals Even More Effectively -- 13 Getting Help with Your Efforts -- Support for Caregivers and Teachers -- Actions that Create Support in the School Context -- Actions that Generate Support from External Resources -- 14 The Future of SEL -- Greater Importance of SEL -- Facilitation of Sel Goals -- Return of the Arts -- Online Sel -- Non-Classroom Settings for Sel -- Non-School Settings for Sel -- More Caring Citizens -- More Research -- References -- Index -- End User License Agreement.Description based on publisher supplied metadata and other sources.Electronic reproduction. Ann Arbor, Michigan : ProQuest Ebook Central, 2018. Available via World Wide Web. Access may be limited to ProQuest Ebook Central affiliated libraries.
Subjects: Electronic books.; Social skills in children;
On-line resources: CGCC online access;
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Your Child's Social and Emotional Well-Being : A Complete Guide for Parents and Those Who Help Them. by Dacey, John S.; Fiore, Lisa B.; Brion-Meisels, Steven.;
Intro -- Title Page -- Table of Contents -- Acknowledgments -- About the Companion Website -- 1 All Children Need Social and Emotional Well-being -- Reciprocal Development and Sel -- A Brief History of the Sel Movement -- Parent-Teacher Alliances Need Support -- Using our Strategies to Teach Sel -- Part I: Self-awareness -- 2 Building Character -- Forming Character: Awareness and Openness -- Building Character: Transcultural Experience -- Building Character: Humility -- Building Character: Modeling -- Building Character: Courage -- Building Character: Clear Values -- Undesirable Character Traits -- 3 Practicing Mindfulness -- Activities that Foster Awareness -- Activities that Foster Accurate Decision-Making -- Part II: Self-management -- 4 Resiliency -- 5 Independent Thinking -- Activities that Foster Exploration -- Activities that Foster Multiple Perspectives -- Activities that Foster Conviction in One's Instincts -- 6 Self-regulating -- What Self-regulation Means -- Delay of Gratification -- Locus of Control -- Risk-Taking -- The Shapiro Model-Yielding -- Realistic Expectations -- Scaffolding -- Homework -- Fluency and Flexibility of Self-Control Strategies -- When to Withdraw Support -- Part III: Social Awareness -- 7 Competing and Cooperating -- Competition, Cooperation, and CASEL -- Activities that Foster Better Competition -- Activities that Foster Better Cooperation -- Activities that Foster Cooperation and Competition -- 8 Neither Being Bullied nor Being a Bully -- Activities that Promote Empathy -- Conflict Resolution and Negotiation -- Activities that Promote Positive Group Interaction -- Part IV: Relationship Skills -- 9 Building Successful Friendships -- Activities that Foster Compassion -- Activities that Foster Tolerance and Appreciation -- Activities that Foster Connectedness -- 10 Demonstrating Leadership.Activities that Promote Understanding of Power -- Activities that Promote Self-awareness -- Part V: Responsible Decision-making -- 11 Thinking Creatively -- Fluency -- Flexibility -- Originality -- Elaboration -- 12 Thinking Critically and Wisely -- Activities that Foster Recognition and Prediction -- Activities that Foster Discernment -- Activities that Promote Ethical Reflection -- Part VI: Achieving Your Goals Even More Effectively -- 13 Getting Help with Your Efforts -- Support for Caregivers and Teachers -- Actions that Create Support in the School Context -- Actions that Generate Support from External Resources -- 14 The Future of SEL -- Greater Importance of SEL -- Facilitation of Sel Goals -- Return of the Arts -- Online Sel -- Non-Classroom Settings for Sel -- Non-School Settings for Sel -- More Caring Citizens -- More Research -- References -- Index -- End User License Agreement.Description based on publisher supplied metadata and other sources.
Subjects: Electronic books.; Social skills in children.;
On-line resources: CGCC online access;
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Fostering children's social competence : the teacher's role / by Katz, Lilian G.(Lilian Gonshaw),1932-(SAGE)1650780; McClellan, Diane E.(SAGE)1905720; National Association for the Education of Young Children(SAGE)1688133;
Includes bibliographical references (p. 107-112) and indexes.
Subjects: Social skills in children; Social skills in children;
Available copies: 1 / Total copies: 1
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Autism [electronic resource (video)] : Challenging Behavior / by Films for the Humanities & Sciences (Firm)(SAGE)1984150; Films Media Group.(SAGE)1996584; TVF International (Firm);
Autistic Children Introduced (2:18) -- Applied Behavior Analysis (1:44) -- School's Approach (1:53) -- Jeremiah (2:15) -- Philosophical Difference on Autism (1:57) -- Rooting Out Autism (1:44) -- Who a Child Is (1:09) -- Going Against Nature (0:52) -- Parenting and Behaviorism (1:39) -- Routine (1:50) -- Expense of ABA (1:40) -- Lack of Funding (4:18) -- Spectrum (1:49) -- Repetitive Behaviors (4:31) -- Overcoming Resistance to Food (2:08) -- Refusing Food (1:56) -- Food Anxiety (2:12) -- Panic Attack (1:42) -- Options for Special Needs Parents (2:27) -- Success Story (3:34) -- Home Video (2:25) -- Defense of Methods (0:53) -- Respecting Child's Rights (2:35) -- Case for Accepting Autism (1:38) -- Philosophical Defense of ABA (1:56) -- Struggle of Parent (2:09) -- Progress in Program (1:34) -- Pushing Children (1:24) -- Credits: Autism: Challenging Behavior (0:40)If you thought you knew everything you needed to know about autism, think again. Prepare to have your preconceptions challenged by this intelligent, moving, and gripping exploration of the controversy surrounding Applied Behavior Analysis (ABA), an intensive intervention used to treat autism. Parents who want ABA for their children passionately believe that it is the best way to teach a child new skills and to help them function in mainstream society, but critics of ABA argue that it is dehumanizing and abusive to try to eliminate autistic behavior.9 & up.Mode of access: Internet.System requirements: FOD playback platform.Title from distributor's description.
Subjects: Educational films.; Internet videos.; Videorecording.; Autistic children; Social skills in children.;
© [2014], c2013., Films Media Group,
On-line resources: CGCC online access -- Part of the Films on Demand collection.;
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Teaching social skills to youth : a curriculum for child-care providers / by Dowd, Tom(SAGE)1956069; Tierney, Jeff(SAGE)1865174;
Includes bibliographical references (p. 291-292) and index.
Subjects: Social skills in children;
Available copies: 1 / Total copies: 1
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Sharing [electronic resource]. by Williams, Sam.; Learning, Britannica Digital.;
Sharing is sometimes hard for young students. This book talks about different things and ways you can share to get along better with your classmates and friends.
Subjects: Electronic books.; Sharing -- Juvenile literature.; Sharing; Social skills in children -- Juvenile literature.; Social skills in children;
On-line resources: CGCC online access;
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Skills for Social Progress : The Power of Social and Emotional Skills. by Publishing, OECD.;
Intro -- Foreword -- Acknowledgements -- Table of contents -- Acronyms and abbreviations -- Executive summary -- Chapter 1. The role of education and skills in today's world -- The objectives of this report -- Today's socio-economic landscape -- The role of education and skills in addressing today's challenges -- Conclusion -- Notes -- References -- Chapter 2. Learning contexts, skills and social progress: a conceptual framework -- Introduction -- Social progress -- Skills -- Learning contexts -- Conclusion -- Notes -- References -- Chapter 3. Skills that foster lifetime success -- Introduction -- Wider benefits of skills -- Conclusion -- Notes -- References -- Chapter 4. Learning contexts that drive skills formation -- The process of social and emotional development -- Learning contexts that drive social and emotional development -- Conclusion -- Note -- References -- Chapter 5. Policies, practices and assessments that enhance social and emotional skills -- Introduction -- National education objectives -- National curricula -- Extracurricular activities at school -- Assessment -- Local- and school-level initiatives -- Conclusion -- Note -- References -- Annex 5.A. National and subnational education system objectives and skill frameworks that address the development of social and emotional skills -- Chapter 6. How to foster social and emotional skills? -- Policy messages -- Gaps between "what works" and "what happens in practice" -- The way forward -- Conclusion -- Reference.Description based on publisher supplied metadata and other sources.
Subjects: Electronic books.; Social skills in children -- OECD countries..; Social history -- OECD countries.;
On-line resources: CGCC online access;
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Raising a thinking child : help your young child to resolve everyday conflicts and get along with others / by Shure, Myrna B.(SAGE)1926680; DiGeronimo, Theresa Foy(SAGE)1824001;
Includes bibliographical references (p. 202-203) and index.
Subjects: Interpersonal conflict in children; Problem solving in children.; Social skills in children; Child rearing;
Available copies: 1 / Total copies: 1
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Richard Lavoie : It's So Much Work to Be Your Friend, Helping the Learning Disabled Child Find Social Success / by Films Media Group,film distributor.(DLC)1996584; Public Broadcasting Service (U.S.)(DLC)1795924;
Originally released by Public Broadcasting Service (U.S.) in 2005.Drawing on three decades of experience in residential schools, Rick Lavoie provides powerful strategies for teaching friendship skills in the classroom, the home front, and the community. First, you'll explore the causes and consequences of "social incompetence." Then, you'll gain field-tested advice on how to help children work through daily social struggles and go from being picked on and isolated to becoming accepted and involved.12 & up.Streaming video file.System requirements: FOD playback platform.Title from distributor's description (Films Media Group, May 2, 2016)
Subjects: Internet videos.; Learning disabled children.; Social acceptance in children.; Social skills in children.;
Access requires authentication through Films on Demand.
On-line resources: CGCC online access -- Part of the Films on Demand collection.;
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