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Using Social Stories to Improve Behavior, Social Skills, and More!

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Would you like to help your students learn how to behave or cope in certain situations? Have you ever heard of or tried social stories? Social stories were developed originally for those with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD), but can be used with all students to help alleviate behavioral issues, improve social skills, and more. Join Melissa Mann as she shares what a social story is, as well as why and when to use them. In addition, she will discuss how to create social stories and provide tips for using them.


Status: Available On-Demand
Subject: Cross-curricular
Last aired on: Tuesday, May 24, 2016 @ 5:00 PM EDT
Duration: 30 minutes
Credit Hours: 0.5
Categories: Response to Intervention (RTI), Special Education
Tags: ASD, Autisim Spectrum Disorder, Autism, behavior, behavioral issues, social stories, special education, SPED

Reviews (29)

Full Member
Thanks for the great ideas and resources. I am so excited to use the social story examples from!!
Full Member
I stalked you on Pinterest and am following you. Thanks for showing us your board!!
Basic Member
Thank you for sharing the resources! I know I will be going back to them a lot this year.
Full Member
Again Melissa comes through with great ideas. I use a lot of this type stuff teaching my Kindergartener especially at the beginning of the school year. By doing this, I can also help sort out those that need additional assistance and help them to learn to read situations better. Social Stories are awesome!
Full Member
I enjoyed watching most of it.....the video stop playing at 28 minutes :(
Full Member
Thank you l
Full Member
Full Member
I'm so grateful for all of these resources! Thank you!!
Basic Member
Thank you so much I have been struggling with an Autistic child. I did went to Pin rest and I did some of the social stories but I was lost in finding more resources and how to use them. Thank you this webinier was a great staring point.
Full Member
As a new teacher, information on quite a few websites and resources were given. Going to check them out.
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